In Kansas there were 52 human trafficking cases reported in 2014. This year so far 14 cases.
After being taken to a local hospital, the man was arrested on unrelated charges this afternoon.
According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s office, he fled on foot twice Saturday, August 1; once in the morning and once in the afternoon.
Hundreds of volleyball players filled the Christ the King Soccer Fields on Saturday, and it was all for a good cause.
More than 250 students admitted to experiencing homelessness.
Large federal grant that would be used to ease flooding concerns in the Manhattan area, according to the Kansas Department of Agriculture.
The Kansas Department of Children and Families said a computer glitch caused the incorrect letters to be sent out.
The Topeka Fire Department responded to a 911 call on a house fire at 2220 SE Virginia Ave.
A pesky problem has cropped up once again at Milford Lake: Blue-green algae.
Kansas failed to meet expectations for July again, just under one percent.
Police in Riley County are looking to get three stolen firearms off the streets.
The death of a gunshot victim Friday morning marks the city’s 7th homicide of the year.
Authorities are investigating a plane crash that occurred Friday morning east of Emmet that left one man with minor injuries.
A 22-year-old man has died from injuries after a shooting Monday night in east Topeka.
Questions have arisen about the department’s plans because it is reviewing foster care policies.
Kansas officials are close to learning whether the state’s tax collections this month met expectations.
Police say he surrendered without incident.
43-year-old Shakina Lawton allegedly poisoned her two children by mixing prescription medication into a drink in an attempt to take their li…
Jayhawk Racing pays water bill after nearly two years of delinquency.
Traffic was tied up for a good part of Thursday night on one of the busiest stretches of I-70 in Topeka.
Reactions from around Kansas to the Brownback administration’s $63 million reduction to the state budget.
Camp helps boost confidence and independence of attendees.
Three Topeka men face 10 years in federal prison for possession of a firearm.
It can be a struggle for many to meet even their most basic needs like running water. That’s how the City of Topeka’s program can help.
Students at Emporia State University can feel safer this fall after a new card access project is completed.