Three people were arrested in Manhattan on drug charges around 2:30 a.m. Friday.
The high school football season kicked off with a bang. Check out the highlights from week one on the gridiron.
Kansas City Royals pitcher James Shields pitched 8+ innings of shutout baseball against the New York Yankees on Friday night.
Lenexa man left without needed medication.
Longtime aide Leroy Towns stepped down Thursday as Roberts’ executive campaign manager.
Many schools are making sexual assault awareness programs mandatory for incoming students.
Breast cancer research released this week suggests against patients repeatedly going under the knife.
Kansas troopers say an 82-year-old woman has died in a head-on collision with a semitrailer.
Grant from the National Institutes of Health to compare typical Army physical training with a newer type of workout.
Democratic party says unclear what they will do next.
The Emporia State Hornets used a pair of fumble returns to take control in their season-opener against Missouri Southern on Thursday night.
The Washburn Ichabods dropped their season-opener to Lindenwood on Thursday night.
The Topeka West Chargers hung on in their season-opener against Wyandotte.
In an odd political twist, some Democrats pushed out their own candidate against three-term Sen. Pat Roberts to clear the way for Orman.
9,800 plants seized on nearby land.
Complex will ultimately include 48 buildings.
Democratic US Senate candidate Chad Taylor says he will fight against ruling to keep his name on November ballot.
Authorities need the public’s help to locate a court ordered registered sex offender.
McCaskill’s outreach was first reported by MSNBC.
A 34-year-old man accused of killing three people and critically injuring two others appears in court.
A man claims he was cleaning his gun, when it accidentally went off.
Police in Junction City are putting drivers on notice.
Prosecutors are taking another look at a woman’s claims she was raped at a University of Kansas residence hall last year.
State health official say whooping cough cases are increasing across Kansas, with Pottawatomie County particularly hard hit.
Taylor confirmed the news to Kansas First News Wednesday afternoon.