He admitted that while he owned the Diamond House in Topeka, he bought jewelry he knew was stolen in home invasions.
KDHE is reporting the first reported case of West Nile virus for 2015. The individual that tested positive is an adult from Lincoln County.
Public can tour site of cicada study being conducted by the University of Kansas.
Despite an uncertain future in the Capital City, the Topeka RoadRunners selected seven new players in the 2015 NAHL Draft.
Riley County Police responded to two different scenes; one involving a death, the other a potential explosive device.
The FDA also confirmed a surface area at Blue Bell’s plant in Alabama tested positive for listeria.
A student group is seeking the release of emails and documents to determine what ties exist between Art Hall and Charles and David Koch.
KSNT Reporter Katya Leick tries hard to work on her story in Fort Riley on Tuesday but the cicadas around her cause complications.
Miller is charged with capital murder in a shooting spree that killed a 69-year-old man, his 14-year-old grandson and a 53-year-old woman.
House and Senate negotiators scheduled public talks for the unveiling of the new plan but postponed the meeting.
Such cuts would compromise public safety.
The Lawrence City Commission has approved new regulations for taxi companies that do not apply equally to ride-sharing companies such as Ube…
“I hope we get something done, but I’m losing hope.”
With a lot of rain recently, higher temperatures, and humid conditions, all the ingredients are there for mosquitoes to pop up.
The Topeka City Council approved something the city has never done. It offered a partial pre-payment option on special assessments.
Man claimed he had spread propane gas throughout his home.
Maneuvers are part of post’s “Victory Week” celebration
Programs could lose nearly $46M with additional funding.