A clarification by the FCC permits phone carriers to allow customers to block unwanted calls according to 45 attorneys general.
Young swimmers are coming to the Capital City for a competitive swim meet that draws hundreds from a dozen different states.
New partnership between KU and Westar Energy will fund research of solar energy.
Arguing they have “significant competitive interests” in the outcome of the litigation.
A Colorado man has pleaded guilty to a charge stemming from flying a plane containing more than 200 pounds of marijuana into a southeast Kan…
The Kansas Department of Revenue says it’s still processing paper tax returns but should be finished soon.
A Missouri woman is dead after her vehicle slid sideways into a Kansas lake and became submerged, trapping her inside.
Although the state’s ranking for children’s overall well-being remained the same, according to the annual Kids Count report.
The cause of the accident is under investigation.
For the first time since the recent outbreak of violence in the Hi-Crest neighborhood the Topeka police chief addressed the Topeka City Coun…
Potential risk of assisted living
Protest comes as state regulators consider rate hike by electric utility
Eight defendants, including six from Topeka, were indicted Tuesday on federal charges of trafficking $1.7 million worth of powder cocaine in…
The victim was identified Wednesday morning as 52-year-old Marty P. Artzer of Topeka.
16 projects costing nearly $700M now under construction.
42 counties in Kansas are figuring out how to use federal disaster assistance following a Spring of strong storms.
Whether any Kansas facility is engaged in the inhumane practice of selling tissue and organs from unborn children who are aborted.
A new law allowing Kansans to carry concealed weapons without a license hasn’t dimmed their desire to get one anyway.
Authorities say crews have recovered the body of a 26-year-old man who apparently drowned in the Walnut River at an El Dorado park.
Regulators say cyber security is misleading customers on level of security and timeliness of warnings.
The City of Topeka says Topeka Water Pollution Control has begun emergency repairs to a leak in a sewer main.
While the utility is in the process of seeking a rate increase.
A 40-year-old Topeka man has been sentenced to at least 50 years in prison for the brutal murder of his mother four years ago in the home th…
US 24 at K-99 near Wamego back open after 2 vehicle accident caused fuel to spill onto the road.
The lower number could fall even farther if Gov. Sam Brownback doesn’t find about $50 million more in cuts.