Students allowed chance to enroll in program to learn about budgeting and more.
Accused her of making racist and bigoted comments while she argued against a bill to take college tuition away from minority students.
On Tuesday morning, the University of Kansas formally introduced Brandon Schneider as the Jayhawks new head women’s basketball coach.
A 20-year-old Topeka man pleads not guilty to federal charges accusing him of trying to bomb an Army installation in support of a terrorist …
Kickstarting a three-year, $29 million project to improve the city’s levee system that protects more than $1 billion in Topeka assets.
Federal regulators say they’re now aware of 10 listeria illnesses linked to ice cream and other products made by Texas-based Blue Bell Cream…
Blue Bell, Sabra and Amy’s Kitchen have all recently recalled thousands of food products due to possible Listeria contamination.
At least six school districts in Kansas plan to close a few days early this May because of budget concerns.
Finn waited six months before notifying police about the Rev. Shawn Ratigan.
Kenneth Newell to serve 177 months in prison.
A Topeka man charged with plotting to detonate a 1,000 pound bomb outside Fort Riley is preparing to appear before a federal magistrate.
Authorities say a couple from Kansas died in a fiery crash along Interstate 64 in southwestern Illinois.
Company issues voluntary recall due to continued Listeria contamination
Follow-up to April 6th fatal accident
Honoring those who fought, died and survived the Holocaust
The parents of a mentally ill inmate says the system is failing to get their son the help he needs.
More than 30 license plates gone in just a few weeks’ time. Stolen on quiet streets from un-suspecting drivers.
The Kansas Expocentre announced Monday that WingFling will be coming on June 20, 2015.
A former Kansas state legislator was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison for defrauding Farmers and Merchants Bank of Colby.
Kansas officials are projecting that the state will collect $187 million less in taxes through June 2016 than previously anticipated.
Accused of trying to carry out a suicide bomb attack with a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to support to the Islamic State terror…
Abuse and neglect is the main reason the state of Kansas is removing children from homes, which is a change from the past.
Earthquakes appear to be striking Kansas less frequently but officials say it’s too early to say whether new rules are the reason.
A former Kansas legislator is scheduled to sentenced for defrauding a bank to help fund his political activities.
After attracting a record crowd last year, the Kansas Sampler Festival will return to Wamego this year.