Drunken-driving car crash that killed his passenger.
So the school can deal with the death of a student.
Kansas City Power & Light Co. is seeking a 15.8 percent increase for about half of its Missouri customers.
Police say Tacy was struck by machinery used to load metal into train cars.
He faces charges of possessing methamphetamine.
Three thousand people took classes at the Osher Institute last year.
Plans for a regional technical education center for southeast Kansas are progressing.
What happened when we had our cameras rolling at a nearby cafe.
A small plane lost power after takeoff and crashed into a building Thursday.
The Topeka Fire Department plans to serve the community better with its new S.A.F.E program designed for disabled senior citizens.
In a sit-down interview, Sen. Pat Roberts talks about the close race, economy and immigration.
Kansas First News Anchor Cristina Frank sat down with Republican incumbent Senator Pat Roberts.
AAA urges revelers both young and old to make advance plans to stay safe.
How many registered voters are going to vote in this year’s election?
150 years ago Topekans defended the capital
Roberts is vowing to stop it, if re-elected.
The theft was caught on video surveillance.
Chants of “Let’s go Royals” mingled with speeches by local politicians, team officials and players masked the melancholy of the 3-2 loss.
Their return to the playoffs after 29 years was just the beginning.
Officials have reported that a twin-engine aircraft — possibly a Beech King Air — has crashed at Wichita’s Mid-Continent Airport.
An autopsy was scheduled.
Is appearing in a new television ad for the three-term Republican incumbent.
Odds are better for a casino in southeast Kansas after a second developer expressed interest in the project.
A Kansas House candidate is facing criticism for a Facebook post that joked about black fathers.
To respond promptly to complaints of possible election fraud and voting rights violations in Kansas.