A Kansas consumer advocate agency says Westar Energy Inc. can get by with a smaller rate increase
Connecting local consumers with Kansas businesses.
A former vicar at a Topeka church will be sentenced Sept. 27 after pleading no contest to sexually assaulting a boy who attended the church.
Members of co-ops in Nickerson and Sterling will vote next month on whether to merge.
There’s good news and bad news for the Anthony City Lake.
A former Sedgwick County Jail deputy will stand trial on charges that he raped two jail inmates.
A new report says that 71 percent of Kansas farms now have access to computers.
The indictment returned Wednesday accuses 29-year-old Sarah Harding-Huffine of writing prescriptions for more than 20 people even though she…
Law enforcement and mental health advocates took park in the 7th annual Crisis Intervention Team Summit Meeting today.
After being sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, Pfc. Bradley Manning is …
Hay fields across Kansas have finally dried enough from recent rain that farmers can begin cutting overgrown alfalfa crops this week.
One of two buses taking Missouri sixth-graders to an annual campout overturned in northeast Kansas
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for the City of Hoyt, located in Jackson County.
A Kansas artist whose bronze sculptures are on display in the nation’s capital and at historical monuments around the country has died. He w…
Kansas and Arizona officials have filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to force a federal elections agency to change its voter registration…
Back to school also means back to practice for thousands of student athletes and coaches.
To improve customer service, the state is implementing permanent Monday hours in four of its busiest driver licensing offices
Wichita’s water revenue for the first half of 2013 is about $2 million short of projections thanks to a rainy summer and conservation effort…
For the first time since going on the show, Topeka Native, Hayley Erbert was on the chopping black on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance.
A state agency is defending its decision to privatize child support services in Kansas after critics claimed the system was set up to fail.
Temperatures are soaring again and the heat is probably taking a toll on lawn and plants.
A former city official in a Kansas City suburb apologized after suggesting that a new Wal-Mart would bring “a different class” of people
In Shawnee County, money is tight as commissioners continue the budgeting process for next year.
Researchers at the University of Kansas will work with the state’s schools to prevent bullying.
A nonprofit organization that provides food and temporary housing in Dodge City is running out of donations.