Poor air quality could lead to 57,000 US deaths by 2100
Staying safe in dangerously hot weather.
However, he’s not commented on where the money would come from.
Commissioners will certify results of election asking for increase in Local Option Budget for USD 501 and USD 437.
The attorney for a man charged with four deaths at a Kansas farm wants the trial moved to a different county.
After months of speculation, residents in the Oakland community have launched a petition to halt the stations closure.
For many churches across the nation, Sunday was the first day of regularly scheduled service after a fatal church shooting earlier in the we…
Kansas City International Airport is warning travelers to expect delays after severe weather temporarily knocked out power.
Police found the Ottawa boy submerged in about five feet of water in a swimming pool at GreatLife Golf & Fitness.
It may have been hot on Saturday, but that couldn’t keep people away from Old Prairie Town’s 11th annual Wheatstock concert.
A recent tradition in Topeka to honor those fighting cancer is growing.
At least four police vehicles were in the neighborhood and at least three armed officers had the home surrounded in this 6-hour standoff.
Police officers and residents four hours in classrooms at Topeka High talking about how to make their area of the city crime free.
Police say the woman was “beaten by several individuals and had her movements restricted.”
A lawsuit over funding for Kansas’ public schools threatens to upend the state budget that Brownback and the Legislature struggled to balanc…
A mix of emotions brings local church leaders together in prayer.
Megan Landry was injured in a two-vehicle accident on Friday while she was trying to perform a traffic stop.
The award recognizes organizations for the ongoing commitment to narrowing the reading achievement gap.
The awards are for successfully achieving re-accreditation.
A proposed ordinance to ban public nudity in the city was not adopted despite several months of discussion.
Hundreds of soldiers from all over the post getting a simple message
The state lost 3,800 jobs from April to May, 2015.
Kansas legislators aren’t quite done with their work for the year because they inadvertently enacted two conflicting versions of a new law.
Swearing in ceremony ends 15-month long wait.
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (AP) — An American Indian tribe is poised to hold its first official powwow for the first time in 142 years on its own l…