Roberts for Senate campaign released the following statement from campaign manager Corry Bliss.
State Republican and Democratic parties weigh in on ruling.
According to a search warrant application, the officer smelled marijuana inside the car. Police said they later found drug paraphernalia.
What does it feel like to be in a crash without getting hurt?
The state-controlled highway system, which is the 27th largest system in the country, has consistently placed in the top tier of Reason repo…
Roberts campaign manager Corry Bliss said the ad “literally says nothing.”
Staff at five of six Kansas universities who voted to leave the civil service have received their first raises in several years.
The 30-year old man is currently being held at the Pottawatomie County Jail.
The new president of Haskell Indians Nations University says she’s focusing on the future.
Saline County Sheriff Glen Kochanowski says the population of the county jail is the highest it’s ever been.
A local Gospel Rapper from Topeka needs your vote to win a contest.
He was arrested March 1 in Kansas City after getting out of a taxi at a home where he thought the man and his daughters lived.
Taylor’s decision to end his campaign against three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts put the race in a national spotlight.
Pleaded guilty in April to one count of making a false official statement to a federal agency.
When parents divorce and a family disconnects, communication between both sides can be difficult.
The cause of the explosion is unknown. Police and firefighters are investigating.
To continue the conversation on how to work together as a community to confront sexual assault.
Kansans are on the move, in higher numbers than ever before.
Will shifting a home game to Thursday night make a difference?
Topeka High sophomore Ruth Fiander is turning heads on the gridiron with her kicking ability.
Independent U.S. Senate candidate Greg Orman stops by Washburn University to talk to students and faculty.
A man wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of battery is Wednesday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Authorities have identified a south-central Kansas man who was killed after coming into contact with a 7,200-volt power line.
Area law enforcement needs the public’s help help in finding this week’s Featured Offender.
A suburban Kansas City teenager is no longer in a medically induced coma and is speaking with family members.