Workers were working Wednesday to repair fire-damaged equipment and avoid a costly shutdown.
The 1st Infantry Division’s headquarters cased its colors at a ceremony Wednesday morning in preparation for its deployment.
The Riley County Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance after an incident involving subjects who were thought to be armed.
A former executive officer of a Manhattan builders association has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing from the organization.
Supporting candidates without getting fined.
SW Wanamaker shut down for about one hour Tuesday night.
Local hospitals working on contingency plans.
Just because you can talk to your car doesn’t mean you should.
A move aimed at controlling rising health care costs of the nation’s largest private employer.
The big bird disappeared last week from Rock Creek Ostrich Ranch, located near the southern Lyon County town of Madison.
Apple and Google are working with automakers to mesh smartphones with infotainment systems.
For the purpose of evading U.S. immigration laws.
Rumors that a patient at a Kansas City hospital had Ebola were false, but they forced health officials to respond to stories that spread onl…
The buildings were cleared and the investigation is ongoing.
Loss discovered while church members were feeding meals to the needy.
State Supreme Court acts on federal appeals court ruling
New state program offers help to assist nearly 2,000 Kansans
In court documents, Duncan was alleged to have obtained a $15.2 million construction loan.
Authorities investigating moped accident Saturday afternoon.
State officials unveiled what they’re calling the “End-Dependence Kansas” initiative.
County health department wants to purchase with a $1,032 grant from the state Department of Health and Environment.
Customers of the Kansas Department of Revenue are gaining access this week to a new online customer service center where they can access the…
Another Topeka business has closed its doors Monday.
Many students in southwest Kansas would be placed in greater danger if their school districts declared a tornado day.
Police haven’t said what types of items were stolen or how much they’re worth.