The conservative Republican governor will be making his fourth appointment to the Court of Appeals.
Topeka Police are investigating an accident Sunday night involving a pedestrian being struck by a car.
Police continue investigating a gas station stabbing Sunday night.
Penwell-Gabel and others help make Topeka families holidays special with free Christmas trees.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident that occurred in Riley County Sunday morning.
Santa was also there to pass out candy canes for the kids.
While the mother and grandparents were preparing to say their final goodbyes, they received the bill.
Penwell-Gabel and Mount Hope Cemeteries honor loved ones during the holidays.
The trailer is valued at over $5000.
How the Holton community helped those in need.
71 applications for same-sex marriage have been filed.
This may help police keep your neighborhood safer.
Volunteers plan to make wooden step stools, hobby horses and yo-yos.
Kansas National Guard prepares for the unexpected.
Recent rains and El Nino set-up could mean more rain for Northeast Kansas – but isn’t it December?
A rash of rural burglaries in Shawnee County is serving as a warning.
Charged with murder in a case that’s being investigated by federal authorities to determine whether it was a hate crime.
Against a man who allegedly made a threat at Kansas City International Airport on the 2011 anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Is serving a Hard 25 sentence after being convicted in 2001.
Will be the permanent replacement for Charlie Weiss who was fired four games into this year’s season.
The names of the victim and suspect have not been released.
A former Kansas school counselor was sentenced to almost 14 years for the rape of a 13-year-old male student.
Police announced Friday morning that they have made an arrest in relation to a carjacking and stabbing incident last week.
The sexual assault and fatal burning of a woman near Wichita State University has contributed to the formation of a neighborhood task force.
An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court.