Authorities are investigating after a motorist was shot while heading south on Interstate 35 in northeast Kansas.
Authorities are investigating after finding a body in a burning vehicle in rural Johnson County.
Brownback today thanked thirty-six employees who have served the State of Kansas forty years
Strong wind storms followed by heavy rains this summer have piled more debris in Sedgwick County’s creeks
Brownback’s allies and critics have waged an intense debate over changes in picking state Court of Appeals judges.
Health-care occupations remained the highest paying jobs in Kansas, with the highest wage paid to obstetricians and gynecologists at an aver…
Former Kansas Budget Director Steve Anderson is going to work for a think tank that advocates tax cuts and lower school funding.
A man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend has been arrested in Detroit.
Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts says the food assistance program is the “redline’ for Democrats in the passage of the farm bill. He says his is crop…
Olathe police suspect an attempted homicide-suicide after a man was found dead and a woman critically injured in a wrecked vehicle.
Authorities are investigating a Junction City shooting death.
Two people are dead after a vehicle failed to stop for a construction sign on U.S. 54 in southern Kansas.
Ethanol producers say they are running up against market and regulatory pressures that are putting a crimp on the industry’s future.
A Topeka magnet school is on the way to becoming one of the only schools in the state to offer a full-time, comprehensive bilingual program.
State Treasurer Ron Estes announced today that individuals who attend this year’s Kansas State Fair may come across hidden treasure
Some critics of Caleb Stegall’s appointment to the Kansas Court of Appeals noted that he’d been passed over as a finalist for two previous v…
The debate about how Kansas picks judges for its Court of Appeals has spilled well beyond the state’s borders.
Kansas Senate Minority Leader Terry Bruce says the debate over confirming Gov. Sam Brownback’s chief counsel to the state Court of Appeals b…
The American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) named Eileen Caspers, General Director of School and Career Programs Topeka Public Schools,…
National aviation organizations today applauded Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s proclamation of September as “Aviation Appreciation Month.”
Starting on Monday September 9, 2013 SW 29th will be one lane each direction between SW Seabrook & SW Eveningside to allow the pavement repl…
The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for assistance for help in solving the continued burglaries and more auto thefts in O…
While friends and family are still waiting for answers, Nicolette Schleisman explains how they are remembering their friend.
Brownback has signed legislation revising the Kansas law allowing convicted murderers to be sentenced to at least 50 years in prison.
Investigators interviewed the suspect yesterday but did not have sufficient probable cause to make an arrest at that time.