Mars Inc. is planning a $100 million expansion to its Kansas Candy Making Plant, just a year after the grand opening.
If you spent any time on Highway 24 between Lawrence and Manhattan Thursday you had to share the road.
The capital murder trial has been postponed for a 30-year-old Kansas man accused of killing four people.
More than nine city departments came together to do training exercises to practice real world crises.
110 officers from 90 nations visited Topeka to learn about state government and the state judicial system.
The Riley County Police Department is looking to identify a subject believed to be involved in an aggravated burglary at a Manhattan liquor …
The Shawnee County district attorney told commissioners during a budget meeting that his office needs more space and better salaries.
Emergency crews responded to a two-vehicle crash shortly after 8:30 Thursday morning near Topeka’s hospital district area.
A 55 year-old Horton man was injured after being involved in a motorcycle accident Wednesday night.
Emporia police identified a woman who was killed by a train earlier this week as 52-year-old Tuesday Mounkes of Emporia.
Police say victim was in a ‘physical altercation’ with a family member prior to the shooting.
Kansas addiction treatment facilities struggling to meet the rise in drug addictions.
Hy-Vee American Macaroni Salad in 3 pound containers was incorrectly labeled and may contain milk and wheat (gluten).
10 year old rejoices at Great Blue Herons near St. George
Autopsy results won’t be known for several weeks.
JEDO approved incentives for $100 milllion Topeka Mars plant expansion Wednesday.
The Kansas basketball was welcomed back to Lawrence on Wednesday night following their gold medal victory against Germany in the World Unive…
A federal appeals court has thrown out a woman’s convictions for her role in the 2006 death of Topeka homeless activist David Owen.
A Topeka senior center has announced free classes for senior adults in the Capital City to learn about the worldwide web.
July 15th brings attention to scams targeting military members and their families.
Although the number is small, chronic wasting disease was confirmed in more Kansas deer this past year.
Says getting rid of Kansas’ moot statutes would help avoid any possible confusion about the matter in the future.
The Kansas Lottery set new records in Fiscal Year 2015.
The City of Topeka says starting next month utility customers can choose to go completely paperless.
Kansas vehicle customers will be able to renew their tags online on the last day of the month without worry of a ticket for expired car regi…