The drag strip at Heartland Park Topeka saw plenty of action on Saturday afternoon.
No other state requires such a high burden of proof to put someone on a registry, according to “Child Maltreatment 2012.”
Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office said that the murder case was “dismissed without prejudice.”
Taylor says he expects independent challenger Greg Orman to steal more Republican votes than Democratic votes.
The Nebraska Trails Foundation has raised nearly all of the $840,000 needed to build the final, undeveloped section
Former Kansas Jayhawk, Andrew Wiggins, was officially traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Satuday.
Officers made a total of 45 contacts throughout the duration of the patrol.
Buckle your seat belt, and you could have an extra dollar in your pocket!
The Kansas City Royals began their three-game series against the Texas Rangers in style on Friday night.
Jeff West looks to have another strong season on the gridiron in 2014.
New task force created
Gives young artists a chance to help change their own lives.
The state has issued an emergency suspension of the day care’s license.
Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole returns to Kansas next month for the latest of several planned trips to his home state this year.
Wichita City officials have promoted a police department veteran to interim police chief.
BLM issues preliminary report
Kansas Secretary of Transportation Mike King announced the plan Thursday for fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
The son of missionary Nancy Writebol says his mother is still recuperating after surviving Ebola.
A company that produces food ingredients for the industrial market plans to locate its headquarters and manufacturing plant in Atchison.
Former Manhattan Mayor Jim Sherow is challenging Republican Congressmen Tim Huelskamp.
Attorneys sparring over investigation materials from the 1959 “In Cold Blood” murders in southwest Kansas are headed to court.
Kansas contends the rule that takes effect next year would increase the cost of services for Kansans who receive home-based care.
The state has issued an emergency license suspension for a Wichita home day care where a toddler was severely injured by a lawnmower.
The “challenge” encourages teens to douse themselves in an accelerant and then set fire to their bodies.
Haysville police say a man was holding a bleeding woman at knife point before an officer shot him to death.