Food banks say they need items like canned fruits and vegetables along with canned meat like tuna and chicken.
Washburn volleyball’s season is still alive. The Ichabods are a 6-seed in this year’s NCAA Tournament.
A loose manhole cover leaves one woman looking for a new car.
Dinner hopes to feed 3,000 this year.
The charges stem from a fatal accident on October 16, 2012 where he was driving.
A man stands accused of setting a woman’s bed on fire as part of what police say was a domestic incident.
While most of the previous projects have been designed to bring new business downtown, this one is designed to attract people.
Kansas State kick returner Morgan Burns won his second-straight Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week award.
A lobbyist for a Kansas police association has expressed concerns over the way state social workers handle foster care.
Emergency responders also found a dog severely injured in a pickup and was rushed to a veterinarian.
Trace Henault of Shawnee Heights H.S. signed his N.L.I. last week for Track & Field at Missouri Southern State Univeristy.
A Eudora man who strangled his disabled home-care client to death in September 2014 has been sentenced to more than 16 years in prison.
Former President Bill Clinton is the latest recipient of a prize named after the man he defeated in the 1996 election.
The opening of Fort Riley’s new hospital has been pushed back after already being delayed more than three years.
Kansas is moving toward a goal of increasing the number of college graduates majoring in engineering.
With more than 30 vendors, Visit Topeka Inc. is the first organization in Kansas to put on a Equality Wedding Expo providing opportunities f…
A Vancouver, Washington-based nonprofit has given Kansas a grade of “C” for its legislation addressing domestic child sex trafficking.
Authorities say an 8-year-old northeast Kansas girl has died after the car she was driving ran off a roadway and down an embankment.