In 2014, the media reported 782 inappropriate teacher-student relationships nationwide. Of those, 36 percent involved social media.
State continues lawsuit while legislature considers reducing penalties for possession statewide.
High water velocity creates safety concerns for fishermen and boaters.
As the Tuttle Creek Reservoir prepares to release up to a foot of water each day this week, downstream Topeka braces for the aftermath.
The Kansas Senate has agreed to a compromise moving local elections to the fall in odd-numbered years.
The father of the Kansas man who was flying a helicopter missing in Nepal says he is confident his son will be found OK.
The chairmen of the Kansas House Education Committee and the State Board of Education are urging local school districts to teach financial l…
The importance of mental health first aid training is being noted during May, Mental Health Awareness Month.
K-State study finds a 1-degree increase in heat in the spring would decrease yields by 7 percent.
A new loan program from KDADS will benefit adults with behavioral health challenges.
There will be permanent bicycle parking at all seven of Dillon Stores Topeka locations.
Abortion opponents are urging Kansas legislators to rewrite part of a 2011 law that imposed special health and safety regulations on abortio…
A tropical bird from as far away as Argentina has been spotted in a Kansas park.
Fraudulent calls are being made asking consumers to wire money.
A proposal to address the state budget shortfall by raising the sales tax and eliminating some income tax deductions cleared a Kansas House …
A 42-year-old registered sex offender is accused of trying to lure a 10-year-old girl into the men’s restroom at a downtown Lawrence restaur…
Says legislators shouldn’t abandon what he calls a pro-growth policy of moving away from income taxes even as they raise new revenues to bal…
A Kansas Senate committee has approved a bill aimed at reviving a dog and horse racing complex in Kansas City, Kansas, with slot machines.
Southwestern College of Winfield has chosen a college administrator from Wisconsin to become its new president.
Hutchinson police say a woman was booked into jail after she tried to cash in a lottery ticket that she had stolen.
A jury has found a Salina man guilty of killing two men after the Kansas Supreme Court threw out his original convictions.
Has pleaded no contest to charges of attempted rape and aggravated criminal sodomy.
Union Pacific says it plans to spend about $120 million this year in Kansas to improve the state’s rail infrastructure.
The city is at risk of paying bonds if developer or property owners default on payments.
Pew research shows the number of Christians in America are decreasing, while the number of atheists are increasing.