A Kansas state senator is proposing a bill intended to ensure that school districts can’t remove current students who live outside their bou…
The Kansas State Board of Education is meeting April 16 to review changes to the state’s education laws including an overhaul in the way sch…
Kansas is honoring the place where its famous state song was written by designating a nearby road as the Home on the Range Highway.
Topeka family safe after house catches on fire.
It is believed her husband lost control of the UTV. It crashed after rolling.
Officers found the body Saturday night.
C&R Plating and its owner Kevin L. Cline will be sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Topeka.
Ride-hailing company Uber says it will be forced to pull out of Kansas if the governor signs a bill increasing regulations on its drivers.
The Shawnee Mission District was keeping it locked up because it was considered too valuable to display at a school.
Fire crews worked for more than two hours to put out the flames.
Estimated damage is around 6 to 7 thousand dollars.
Community members warmed their bellies at the Sunrise Optimist Club Saturday for Denise White.
Topeka Police Negotiators were called to an apartment Saturday night to get a felon to surrender.
A meeting is planned for this week in Kansas to discuss concerns about using water pumped from the Ogallala Aquifer in northeast Colorado.
The victim was in her late teen to early 20s, and authorities suspect she died in 1984 or 1985.
She was 23 in September 2012 when she drove a car over a sidewalk and into a yard and killed a man.
Emporia police and rescue workers were called to 522 West in Emporia Saturday morning to a domestic incident.
The rig collided with the rear of another northbound semi that had pulled partially off the interstate because of a mechanical problem.
Come watch the parade, collect eggs in two Easter egg hunts, visit the Fun Fair, and listen to live music!
The American Legion, and Hillcrest Community Center are hosting events.
Approximately 4,200 plants will be given away, and be used by more than 7,000 people in the community.
A former Kansas doctor and his wife were convicted for a moneymaking conspiracy at a pain clinic linked to 68 overdose deaths.
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. told District Judge Kelly Ryan that he didn’t think he could get a fair trial unless he represented himself.
All outdoor burning should be avoided in areas with extreme fire danger.
The house sustained an estimated loss of $20,000 to the structure and $15,000 to contents.