Districts say block grant plan hasn’t met their financial needs.
School’s back in session, and local districts have begun checking your child’s medical records.
Saturday afternoon three Topeka men were robbed at gunpoint in what appeared to be a Facebook transaction gone wrong.
District fills all its teaching positions just days prior to the start of school.
Attorneys say an agreement allowing Westar to increase its rates about 4 percent is reasonable for customers while covering costs.
A concerned relative had called the police to report that she was unable to get ahold of family members that had been rafting in the river e…
A Kansas man cannot work as a roofer until a lawsuit against him is settled.
A Manhattan woman wants to know who broke into her home and stole more than $2,500 worth of her possessions.
Police are searching for who’s responsible for seriously damaging an Ogden man’s car and stripping valuables from it.
He came up with a plan in 2010 to defraud WaterOne by ordering cell phones from its providers and then selling them on eBay.
KDHE officials issued this advisory because of a water main break.
He was booked on charges of: Aggravated burglary, felony theft, felony obstruction, and various traffic offenses.
He was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for downloading child pornography to a laptop that was assigned to him by the DEA.
He said he threw the girl to the ground five to 10 times after becoming angry with her.
Jury selection is set to begin in the trial of an avowed white supremacist who has admitted that he killed three people outside of Jewish si…
Wichita State president John Bardo says the university has to change its culture from maintaining stability to enrollment and growth.
Topeka officials plan to consider banning electronic cigarettes in enclosed public places.
Washburn University law professor Joseph Mastrosimone says the policy may conflict with Kansas’ whistleblower protection law.