A woman says someone stole several items from her garage that totaled nearly $6,500.
The first-ever Kansas Mariachi Festival will be held September 16th, 17th and 20th.
A Manhattan man may want to be sure and show up for his next court date.
New policy waives certification requirements in ‘Innovative Districts Coalition’.
Case involves a student expelled from the University of Kansas for a tweet.
The start of school is only about a month away and there are still about 500 open teaching positions across the state.
What the university looks at and regulations for school employees.
The business assets have been released and the business re-opened.
Emporia police are investigating after a woman was struck and killed by a train.
Victim identified as 50-year old Kelly R. Bowers of Topeka. 2 others hospitalized
The city issued the advisory because lake levels were high enough for untreated water to enter the system, causing bacterial contamination.
A hearing on whether the school had the right to expel a student based on offensive tweets and off-campus incidents.
One person was taken into custody and later booked into jail on charges of shooting at an occupied dwelling.
Opponents call it a slippery slope for education.
While many are trying to keep cool in this extreme weather, some people have to work in it and can’t catch a break from the heat.
On Tuesday night, the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame inducted its 2015 class at the Bettis Family Sports Complex.
Some tips on keeping your vehicle working during hot, humid summer months
Police still looking for clues on who was responsible for the shooting.
Kobach says it’s a way for the state to exempt itself from the Affordable Care Act.
Horseshoes are flying in a world tournament underway in the Capital City.
And what to do should you break down.
Body found Monday afternoon.
Emergency responders explain the best ways to stay safe on the road in the event of a flash flood.
Department of Revenue says despite what Attorney General says they’re waiting for Brownback to tell them to do so.
Fibers found in Chinese made crayons and “crime lab kits”.