Hundreds of tires piled up in a backyard in the Montara neighborhood has Shawnee County health officials questioning a homeowner.
A man is facing a sexual battery charge after forcing a woman to kiss him.
Nearly $2 million in grant funds are distributed each year from five different state programs through the office of the attorney general.
Dominique Coward, 22, was wanted for three counts of aggravated robbery.
Funds are used across Kansas in providing direct services to crime victims and developing prevention programs to address violence.
It would repeal a requirement for the state’s utilities as part of a deal with wind energy companies to avoid a new tax.
The Kansas Senate has rejected a measure to allow supermarkets and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer.
Company not saying yet whether they’ll resume operations in Kansas
Junction City High School has an expensive problem on its hands
Critics say state employees will lose job protections.
Shawnee County detectives need your help to identify a person who allegedly stole a trailer and riding mower.
Mail-in ballots due by June 16th.
Topeka Police Department detectives are attempting to identify a white male suspect regarding a burglary\theft which occurred on May 3.
The mayor of Manhattan says she supports adding sexual orientation as a protected class to the city’s anti-discrimination hiring policy.
Passengers will be able to board larger airplanes on some flights out of Manhattan Regional Airport beginning in September.
Kansas’ three largest universities have been selected to help integrate unmanned aerial systems into the nation’s airspace.
The Kansas House is expected to vote on a measure that would move local elections to the fall in odd-numbered years.
Teachers, parents rally to save elementary education administrator.
There’s math, science, and social studies, but one subject you rarely see in high schools is handling money.
A 42-year-old registered sex offender is accused of trying to lure a 10-year-old girl into the men’s restroom at a downtown Lawrence restaur…
In 2014, the media reported 782 inappropriate teacher-student relationships nationwide. Of those, 36 percent involved social media.
State continues lawsuit while legislature considers reducing penalties for possession statewide.
High water velocity creates safety concerns for fishermen and boaters.
As the Tuttle Creek Reservoir prepares to release up to a foot of water each day this week, downstream Topeka braces for the aftermath.
The chairmen of the Kansas House Education Committee and the State Board of Education are urging local school districts to teach financial l…