Some military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress who are convicted of low-level crimes could be ordered by Kansas courts to recei…
A problem that caused repeated Amber Alert notifications in the Lawrence area last week has been fixed.
A lucky Manhattan resident has claimed the Super Kansas Cash jackpot from Monday night’s drawing.
Praeger says a state House bill aimed at allowing Kansas to opt out of the federal health care overhaul could jeopardize Medicare funding fo…
AT&T says the company has been the victim of copper thieves in Manhattan.
Concordia and McPherson school districts were granted innovative status Wednesday
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Next month’s Big 12 tournament at the Sprint Center has sold out for the fifth consecutive year, though standing-roo…
Growing up on a farm in southeast Kansas inspired a lifelong interest in nature for Lawrence resident Gary Anderson.
Kansas authorities have canceled an Amber Alert for a missing Texas teenager.
The Siemens Wind company said it likely will add 30 new jobs at its Hutchinson plant
Republicans in the Kansas Senate ensured Wednesday that they’ll still be able to hold occasional closed meetings to hash out strategy and ai…
A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri says retiring CEO Peter Brownlie’s last day will be March 31.
The future of a struggling Sedgwick County juvenile home for boys is in doubt, after a long-term funding solution died in a Kansas House com…
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Groundwater levels in southwest Kansas declined at a slower pace in 2013 than in recent years, and water tables rose i…
As more and more kids have smartphones, it opens the door for them to send photos, some inappropriate, that could have minors facing child p…
It was a bittersweet night for students at Seaman High School.
Four people are behind bars after a drug bust in Junction City.
A Topeka family who was looking to have a nice time at the circus was horrified after they say they saw the handlers abusing animals.
Dozens of Kansans have rallied at the Statehouse in favor of gay rights
Fear has subsided, but frustration is setting in for a Topeka family stuck in the volatile country of Ukraine.
A judge has ordered a 40-year-old man convicted of in a 2013 Topeka home invasion to pay some of the attorney fees in the case.
A 46-year-old Johnson County man man has been sentenced to four years in prison for possessing child pornography.
A St. Marys man charged in a New Year’s Day death entered a plea Tuesday.
The U.S. military has criticized a bill before the Kansas Legislature that narrows the definition of what’s considered an airport hazard.
Pittsburg State University has broken ground on a new $13 million event center.