Dozens of Kansas judges have heard a presentation about how Germany’s judiciary aided the Nazis and the Holocaust before and during the Seco…
Recent rains across northeast Kansas have certainly helped our drought status but every county in the viewing area is still in a drought.
A Missouri company is recalling possibly tainted beef products distributed to restaurants and a grocery chain.
Hundreds of bicyclists are making their away across the sunflower state this week.
A routine, two-day, USDA inspection left the Topeka Zoo with a report noting two non-compliant items related to its animal feeding program.
Some law enforcement officers say a Kansas law against texting-and-driving is difficult to enforce because it is too vague.
A south-central Kansas man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death last January of an infant.
Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss will judge the upcoming state Cowboy Poetry Contest.
The Rossville Rattlers Summer Collegiate Baseball team will host a Brett Cowdin Memorial Night on Saturday June 14, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
Law enforcement responded to a report of a residential burglary in the 10000 block of Southwest 10th Street.
The Race Eric Cantor lost in Virginia has some wondering if that could happen in Kansas.
On Wednesday deputies with the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a carjacking that occurred in the Pauline shopping d…
A three-judge state court panel in Kansas has ruled that an education funding law approved by legislators in April complies with a state Sup…
Fire fighter trainees in Manhattan took part in some unusual training today – call it ‘real world’ experience.
Tenure laws are a hot topic in Kansas right now.
A man wanted for one count of aggravated battery is Wednesday night’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
A stalled semi truck closed a portion of I-70 in downtown Topeka for about an hour Wednesday afternoon.
A new exhibit is set to open to the public this weekend at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.
Two Kansas school districts have been granted sweeping waivers exempting them from most state laws and regulations governing public schools.
Property near the Kansas Governor’s Mansion will soon be a habitat for monarch butterflies.
The Topeka City Council rejected a recommendation to provide city grant funding next year to area non-profits.
Kansas Department of Transportation says all lanes of K-9 in the city of Frankfort (Marshall County) are now open to all traffic.
After 25 years, the Douglas County AIDS Project plans to close.
The Kansas City Chiefs fullback, Anthony Sherman, and linebacker, Joe Mays, met with the media on Tuesday afternoon.
Heavy rains overnight and in the forecast are a mixed blessing for local farmers.