If you’re going by the Farmer’s Market this weekend you may notice a new type of trading tool.
Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri has a new president and CEO.
Someone is passing fake money in Riley County.
Two people have been charged with attempted first-degree murder after a motorist was shot on a highway near Lawrence.
McPherson police say the man who was shot and killed by an officer was a 56-year-old from Kanopolis.
Anyone itching to make a little music could head to downtown Emporia, where a dozen specially decorated pianos have been placed along severa…
The Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched Wednesday morning to a reported structure fire.
A Missouri college professor who set a world record for knitting a 12-foot-long scarf while running in the Kansas City Marathon last year pl…
Topeka Police say a man and woman robbed the Check Into Cash at 3711 southwest Plaza Drive just after 2:30pm Wednesday.
A tornado ripped through just North of Everest, heavily damaging homes.
A 34-year-old Gardner man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a man earlier this year in Topeka.
One person was injured and nearly five homes and properties seriously damaged from severe weather Tuesday night.
A man wanted for burglary is Wednesday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
School is out but Topeka kids still have an opportunity to drink those school milk cartons and it’s free!
The Kansas Special Olympics Torch is on its way to Wichita.
KDOT says K-71 from Bern to K-63 in Nemaha County was back open to all traffic.
Crews are using heavy equipment to move 52 empty coal cars away from tracks in northeast Kansas after they were derailed by high wind amid p…
Severe weather came into parts of Nebraska and traveled to far Northeast Kansas late into the night on June 3 and early morning of June 4.
The City of Topeka reported on Tuesday that at 30 days old, the three Sumatran Tiger cubs at the Topeka Zoo are about a third of the way to …
Four drug arrests were made in Geary County Monday.
A collapsed building in Council Grove is no longer standing.
Police say a car wreck has left at least one person hospitalized.
A 51-year-old Lawrence man who works for the University of Kansas is the Kansas Lottery’s newest millionaire, times two.
A rollover accident sent two people to the hospital.
The State Board of Education has agreed to allow schools to hire teachers for certain subjects who have expertise but no education degree.