Two teenagers were injured in a rollover accident Thursday night in Wabaunsee County.
2nd oldest reticulated giraffe in North America euthanized due to complications of age.
Increasing property taxes to decrease school cuts. What local parents have to say.
Students took part in Washburn Tech’s Youth Career Days
Government is lowering the recommended amount of fluoride in water for the first time in 50 years.
Dave Sterbenz’s resignation is effective Thursday.
36 states allow the use of medical marijuana.
Costs keep rising and state may not be able to keep the program where it is.
continued decease for birth rates
Measure includes a new cap on benefits.
Court says lower court will determine how much the state has underfunded public education.
Revenues miss target by $4.4M – increasing state budget deficit.
Check out this free family event geared toward kids who love Nascar.
A district judge from Shawnee County has been appointed to hear a case with the Kansas Supreme Court.
There’s good news for anglers who love casting a line to catch crappie.
For preserving spending on social services as legislators deal with the state’s budget problems.
Deputy City Attorney Mary Feighny will serve as interim city attorney until the city finishes its selection process.
Departure comes with little advance notice following meeting of County Commissioners.
The Kansas Board of Regents has appointed a search committee to help find the next president of Emporia State University.
The group was established in the 2014 session of the Kansas Legislature.
Kansas State University has awarded $500,000 in grants to faculty members who are researching way to boost food production as the world popu…
A Topeka man who was driving about 100 mph when he hit and killed a motorcyclist and fled the scene has pleaded guilty to two felonies.
Experience the excitement, splendor, and majesty of the Gala of the Royal Horses for the first time as the show makes its U.S. debut.
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation hold a community meeting on SW Topeka water playground.
About 50 people gathered at the bell tower on campus for a vigil Wednesday afternoon to pray for the victims affected by the earthquake.