A Horton High School teacher has resigned after allegations of getting too close to a student.
Several downtown businesses and state offices have given employees the option for a shortened 30 minute lunch for years.
A new study claims race plays a major role in who police pull over for certain traffic stops.
Topeka police officers were busy this morning trying to stop drivers that ended in crashes.
There has been talk about domestic violence over the past few weeks.
he University of Kansas is ready to begin construction of two five-story halls that will house 350 students.
Designs for three pocket parks for downtown Topeka were on display for the first time Wednesday night.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office is trying to find a person that crashed their car and ran from officers.
According to the Kansas Communities that Care student survey, more than one fifth of students in Shawnee County report trying marijuana at l…
An Amber Alert that was issued last night for a missing Texas teen – turned out to be false.
A problem that caused repeated Amber Alert notifications in the Lawrence area last week has been fixed.
A lucky Manhattan resident has claimed the Super Kansas Cash jackpot from Monday night’s drawing.
Funeral services for Alayna Lynn Hutchison will be this Friday at 1 p.m.
AT&T says the company has been the victim of copper thieves in Manhattan.
Growing up on a farm in southeast Kansas inspired a lifelong interest in nature for Lawrence resident Gary Anderson.
Kansas authorities have canceled an Amber Alert for a missing Texas teenager.
As more and more kids have smartphones, it opens the door for them to send photos, some inappropriate, that could have minors facing child p…
It was a bittersweet night for students at Seaman High School.
The final week of high school basketball’s regular season is underway. Get caught up with scores and highlights on the Full Court Press with…
Four people are behind bars after a drug bust in Junction City.
A Topeka family who was looking to have a nice time at the circus was horrified after they say they saw the handlers abusing animals.
Dozens of Kansans have rallied at the Statehouse in favor of gay rights
Fear has subsided, but frustration is setting in for a Topeka family stuck in the volatile country of Ukraine.
A judge has ordered a 40-year-old man convicted of in a 2013 Topeka home invasion to pay some of the attorney fees in the case.
A St. Marys man charged in a New Year’s Day death entered a plea Tuesday.