Safety concerns for students while on campus.
A Kansas man wanted for alleged sexual exploitation of a child has been arrested in northern Arizona.
The findings could lead to a comprehensive reform bill to be considered in 2016.
Travelers along US 24 between Topeka and Silver Lake may have noticed hundreds of military equipment sitting on the railroad tracks the last…
Some educators worried beforehand that stable funding would hurt districts with growing student populations or financial emergencies.
About half the request would be used to bring the plant in line with federal emissions standards.
High court says case will stay at the district court level.
After two days of thorough vetting, a Senate Committee has voted to approve Governor Sam Brownback’s nominee to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Top Republicans in the Kansas Legislature have outlined a school funding plan that they say brings stability to providing aid for local scho…
People with the disease are most likely to spread it to others they have prolonged contact with.
Sentencing is set for March 20.
The bill would eliminate spring elections.
A Topeka man honored for his efforts in protecting a victim of a domestic disturbance from her attacker at a BP station June of last year.
Chamber wants governor to keep promise to cut income taxes.
Troops part of Big Red One’s “Devil” brigade.
Inmate was on the loose for about 20-minutes.
The rules regarding open public records in Kansas are long and complicated, and at a time when online communication is king — there’s one g…
Witnesses tell police that the wreck may have been caused by brake failure.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointee to the Kansas Court of Appeals has gotten a chilly reception at her first confirmation hearing bef…
Purchase meets state law, but questions of the economic impact remain unanswered.
Manhattan pair donates $750,000 towards Little Apple attraction
The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money from the register before leaving the business on foot.
It’s an effort to increase the number of students eating breakfast at schools.
Arrested for numerous property and drug offenses.
The state collected $22 million more in taxes than expected in February after revenues fell short of expectations in December and January.