News media not invited to keystone of Governor’s State of the State address.
Topeka Police officers and the Shawnee County Sheriff met with local high school students in hopes of improving how the two groups get along…
Kansas is close to banning an abortion procedure targeted by a national group and described by abortion opponents as fetus dismemberment.
A bill that would have forced a re-negotiation of all teacher salaries at the end of their current term was defeated in the Senate.
Wild bird populations in Kansas appear to be unaffected by an outbreak of avian influenza.
The Salvation Army of Topeka has selected Nate Hill, a financial advisor for Edward Jones and formerly the news director for KSNT News, as t…
Supporters contend gun owners are responsible and shouldn’t have to ask the government’s permission to carry concealed.
The one person involved was able to get out with minor injuries.
12th Annual National Fragile X Foundation’s Advocacy Day in Washington D.C.
No other vehicle were involved in the accident.
Angelina Jolie is encouraging women to talk to their doctors about cancer.
Man was wearing a Halloween mask
Topeka looking to rebuild, replace or repair city sidewalks
Grounds include usurping the authority of the legislature.
A recent lawsuit cites dangerously high levels of arsenic in some California wines.
Kansas educators may dislike Governor Sam Brownback’s education reform plan, but they’re getting behind lawmakers’ newest proposal to replac…
A Kansas Senate committee is considering a new education funding plan that would tie some state aid to public schools to how well students d…
It was stolen from his truck parked in front of his home.
Consumers who have purchased these items are urged to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.
An accident late Sunday afternoon left one person dead and another injured in Nemaha County.
A Lawrence man was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for marketing synthetic marijuana and other designer drugs around the…
A judge has ruled that a man accused of two separate killings in Salina will have only one retrial.
Topeka firefighters are finishing up fighting a fire in the city’s Oakland neighborhood.
He remains in the Jackson County Jail in lieu of $250,000 bond.
Deputies are confident the skeletal remains are human.