Investigations are underway in two new stolen car cases out of Manhattan.
Alleging that the military is trying to prevent the state from continuing to provide cafeteria service at Fort Riley.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback held a Statehouse news conference to discuss abortion and education issues.
Health officials are warning the public about high levels of toxic blue-green algae in six lakes in Kansas.
Ross Preston Lane has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for killing Cpl. Jason Harwood.
Experts as well as some recent studies have shown that working out before you work in the morning can have many benefits, both physically an…
The KDHE is investigating Topeka’s third sewage leak in three months.
A Leavenworth man faces jail time after 17th DUI arrest. Those fighting against drunk drivers say the state needs to do more.
Wiping personal information off your computer so it doesn’t get into the wrong hands.
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins is asking the U.S. Attorney General to launch a criminal investigation of Planned Parenthood.
Disappointed 4-H exhibitors have an alternative to show their chickens and turkeys, however.
Overnight crews cleaned up a semi accident on a ramp that has seen crashes plenty of times before involving semis.
Topeka will launch a new interactive phone system that allows customers to pay their utility bills anytime, anywhere.
He was transported, interviewed, and booked on attempted aggravated robbery.
1,404 horse shoe pitchers came to the Capital City last week for the start of that tournament and Visit Topeka estimates at least 3,000 visi…
H.J. Baker, a global agriculture company, has announced a multimillion dollar 13,000 square foot facility in Emporia.
Kansas State University and the K-State Foundation are scheduled to begin a campaign later this year to raise $1 billion for the university.
There were no major crimes reported during the past 24 hours to the Riley County Police Department.
Your best outdoor Kansas photograph could appear in a future issue of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism’s magazine!
“I was talking to him on the phone and I dusted off the valve cover and she popped out.”
The Kansas Highway Patrol says another woman and child were taken to an area hospital.
Authorities on the Kickapoo Reservation in northeast Kansas are asking for the public’s help in figuring out who’s been setting fire to hay …
A squirrel caused hundreds to lose power Thursday morning in Topeka.
Authorities were working a car fire just west of Lecompton Thursday morning.
Gov. Sam Brownback has ordered a review of security at Kansas National Guard facilities in the wake of the fatal shootings at Tennessee recr…