SUV had been parked in Dillons grocery store parking lot, possibly for several days.
Policy will take effect immediately and could end threatened lawsuits.
The FDA is proposing yet another change to those little nutrition labels on your food products, this time they’re taking aim at sugar.
Fire, EMS, and police in Riley County are encouraging you to donate blood and pick their team to win the Battle of the Badges.
A resident reporting a break-in early Monday morning at their apartment has police warning Manhattan residents.
Two photo composites have been taken from a K-State fraternity in a brazen heist while members were at home.
Two Topeka nursing homes and Washburn University’s School of Nursing are partners in a pilot program to improve care in nursing facilities.
A study shows that the Lawrence area had several of the top accident sites along the Kansas Turnpike.
Coates is currently a lieutenant paramedic at the fire department, but he now wears another title on his belt, “Toughest Competitor Alive.”
St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church has been part of the Topeka community dating back to the 1800’s.
Neighbors in the area noticed smoke and fire coming from the house and called 911.
The crew’s investigation found that the fire was accidentally caused by a child playing with matches.
It could save a child’s (or pet’s) life!
NHRA plans to hold multi-state drag racing events at Heartland Park even though operation of the track remains unresolved.
Teachers disagree with the Governor’s numbers.
It’s to help stop furniture pilling up in the streets.
The new program will allow Washburn Tech to train students to work for Fiat Chrysler dealerships throughout the region.
No tornado – but the sirens went off anyway in the middle of the night.
Despite the push back from Planned Parenthood, and questions about the legitimacy of the undercover video, Brownback feels it morally impera…
Officials are looking for one or two people who abandoned several animals at a Salina motel.
A nearly 8 year investigation has resulted in a $400,000 payment for a group of Kansas farmers.
Investigations are underway in two new stolen car cases out of Manhattan.
Alleging that the military is trying to prevent the state from continuing to provide cafeteria service at Fort Riley.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback held a Statehouse news conference to discuss abortion and education issues.
Health officials are warning the public about high levels of toxic blue-green algae in six lakes in Kansas.