A message warning of a “shootout” was sent to dozens of students Monday night, and more than 400 students didn’t show up at school Tuesday b…
Kansas State Track & Field superstar, Akela Jones, was named the NCAA’s National Athlete of the Week on Tuesday afternoon.
Say they want more control over state finances after the Department of Transportation issued $400 million in bonds and arranged to only pay …
A cancer company on the University of Kansas campus may hold the key to more effective breast cancer treatment.
It’s happened again. Manhattan Parks and Rec employees say someone tore up a city soccer field by driving onto the grass.
Shooting clubs that use BB guns and other air guns could hold practices and competitions in schools under a Kansas bill.
The Junction City Police Department is currently investigating the death of a man found shot late Monday night.
University of Kansas police say someone burglarized at least six rooms at a residence hall while students were sleeping.
Despite the weather, and several rainy days more than 10,000 cars drive through the light show.
Iowa State outscored Kansas 49-29 in the 2nd half in Monday night’s win over the Jayhawks.
First it was a Heartland Park and now the city of Wichita’s marijuana decriminalization ordinance. Both are voter lead initiatives in Kansas…
Shawnee Heights students will have backpacks searched before being allowed into high school building Tuesday morning.
Clock is ticking to sign up for health insurance through Health Insurance Marketplace
Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office is pursuing three new criminal cases against people it alleges voted illegally in Kansas and other s…
A woman with a record of past drug peddling is back behind bars in Riley County.
For the second week in a row, the Oklahoma Sooners are the top-ranked team in college basketball.
Police are looking for a suspect involved in an armed robbery at a Topeka Subway restaurant.
“For a brief moment it helps you focus on something else besides the worries or the stress that your feeling.”