An attorney representing Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri declined comment. The organization didn’t provide details in a statem…
A former debate coach imprisoned for molesting a foreign exchange student will be released from prison.
Is serving a Hard 25 sentence after being convicted in 2001.
Will be the permanent replacement for Charlie Weiss who was fired four games into this year’s season.
The names of the victim and suspect have not been released.
After more than 30 years of waiting, Pittsburg State University plans to officially open its new performing arts center.
The charge involved a child under of the age of 14 and stemmed from an incident that occurred in May of 2012.
A former Kansas school counselor was sentenced to almost 14 years for the rape of a 13-year-old male student.
Police said Friday the death is being investigated as a homicide.
The driver suffered minor injuries. The driver’s identity hasn’t been released.
The sexual assault and fatal burning of a woman near Wichita State University has contributed to the formation of a neighborhood task force.
The retiring Taxation Committee chairman in the Kansas House has taken a job with the state Department of Revenue.
A Kansas City man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting a man and a woman whose burned bodies were found in an abandoned…
An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court.
The trial of a young woman charged with killing her 52-year-old roommate in Lawrence will not be held in January as scheduled.
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Executive director of the Center for Applied Economics filed a lawsuit against the university.
Convicted of first-degree murder in 2005 for the July 2004 death of his wife at the family’s Lawrence home.
He remained in critical condition on Thursday. No officers were injured.
Against an Oklahoma-based company claiming it and other natural gas companies gouged two Kansas plaintiffs is headed for the U.S. Supreme Co…
Despite a projected multimillion shortfall in the state’s budget.
A market analyst is warning Kansas ranchers not to get too comfortable with the record high cattle prices they have been enjoying recently.
Ticket prices and their availability will be announced early in the spring semester.