Election day is a few days away but are the poll workers prepared?
Several people sent to local hospitals.
Latest survey of likely voters was done early this week
Ending its longest streak ever above that price.
The Kansas Supreme Court has a separate petition from the attorney general’s office after a judge allowed gay marriages in Johnson County.
The holdup occurred Wednesday at a Bank of America branch in Overland Park. Both suspects were quickly apprehended.
Prosecutors say more than $1 million in unauthorized parts were sent from PRM to the Army, which couldn’t use them because of their origin.
Most people in the United States are getting an extra hour of sleep this weekend, thanks to the annual shift back to standard time.
Police on Friday confirmed the identity of the pilot as Mark Goldstein.
Left Emporia State University and thousands of customers temporarily in the dark.
His total fundraising of $175,400 for the period far surpassed the $65,250 reported by Brownback’s campaign.
The zombie apocalypse has reached Helen Hocker Theater and it’s under quarantine… for a haunted house.
It’s usually “lights out” once school is over for the day but a Topeka event kept the lights turned on.
Shawnee County Election Commissioner would like to remind registered voters of several items in advance of the November 4th General Election…
Filed by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging Kansas’ ban on same-sex marriage.
Recover the remains of the four people who died when a small plane crashed into a flight training facility at a Kansas airport.
So the school can deal with the death of a student.
Police say Tacy was struck by machinery used to load metal into train cars.
He faces charges of possessing methamphetamine.
Three thousand people took classes at the Osher Institute last year.
What happened when we had our cameras rolling at a nearby cafe.
A small plane lost power after takeoff and crashed into a building Thursday.
The Topeka Fire Department plans to serve the community better with its new S.A.F.E program designed for disabled senior citizens.
In a sit-down interview, Sen. Pat Roberts talks about the close race, economy and immigration.
AAA urges revelers both young and old to make advance plans to stay safe.