Council also imposes ban on public nudity in the city.
A survey conducted last September found a majority of patrolmen were not happy with leadership at the time, but new data shows that’s changi…
A shopper claims a local mall’s missing child procedures failed. We look into West Ridge Mall’s policy.
But only has one-quarter of that available from Transient Guest Tax collections.
Districts say enrollment exceeded expectations and now each faces a budget shortfall.
Police in Riley County need your help to get these stolen guns out of the hands of criminals and off the street.
The governor is going on a two-day agricultural tour of Kansas.
A Topeka woman and a Valley Falls man both arrested.
In Emporia Monday night, downtown merchants threw a big party for those they who will walk through their doors in the coming weeks and month…
Districts say block grant plan hasn’t met their financial needs.
A rural Lawrence man has died in a mowing accident near Lake Perry.
School’s back in session, and local districts have begun checking your child’s medical records.
Saturday afternoon three Topeka men were robbed at gunpoint in what appeared to be a Facebook transaction gone wrong.
District fills all its teaching positions just days prior to the start of school.
Attorneys say an agreement allowing Westar to increase its rates about 4 percent is reasonable for customers while covering costs.
A concerned relative had called the police to report that she was unable to get ahold of family members that had been rafting in the river e…
A Kansas man cannot work as a roofer until a lawsuit against him is settled.
A Manhattan woman wants to know who broke into her home and stole more than $2,500 worth of her possessions.
Police are searching for who’s responsible for seriously damaging an Ogden man’s car and stripping valuables from it.
KDHE officials issued this advisory because of a water main break.
He was booked on charges of: Aggravated burglary, felony theft, felony obstruction, and various traffic offenses.
Topeka officials plan to consider banning electronic cigarettes in enclosed public places.
Washburn University law professor Joseph Mastrosimone says the policy may conflict with Kansas’ whistleblower protection law.
Despite racing coming back to Heartland Park, there is still some uncertainty over the track’s future.
Several people had mailboxes thrown through their car windows and one had some of their lawn art thrown through car windows.