There have been numerous reported instances in Shawnee County where citizens were contacted and told they either owed fines or had warrants …
A central Missouri man has pleaded guilty to trying to coerce two women to become involved in sex trafficking.
The summer fun is over and it’s time for students to hit the books.
A Kansas man has been found guilty of strangling a 39-year-old woman to death and setting her car on fire.
A former Fort Riley soldier whose five life sentences were vacated by the Kansas Supreme Court will instead serve 77 years in prison.
The baby was taken to a hospital Monday after being found unresponsive at home.
Tuesday’s vote is only a preliminary step needed before the city can buy the financially struggling racetrack.
Lawrence voters will be asked to approve a sales tax increase to pay for a new police headquarters.
The new rule would increase the cost of services and force consumers to cut back.
The Colmery-O’neil V.A. Medical Center has been waiting for Washington to give the go ahead.
Construction in downtown Topeka has been frustrating for local businesses as a major street improvement project on Kansas Ave. moves into th…
The Kansas City Royals saw their 8-game winning streak come to an end on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium.
Kansas Athletics is pleased to announce an anniversary party unlike any other.
School bus safety starts before your child even gets on the bus.
What do the Panama Canal, Mother’s Day and AAA Insurance have in common? They are all celebrating their centennial this year.
With most schools starting back up this week, kids will be walking to school, waiting at bus stops, and riding in buses.
Topeka is going to the dogs.
The state’s First Lady has a new book to add to her collection.
Study finds some anti-bacterial soaps and cleansers may be harmful to pregnant women and their unborn babies.
The business says they will continue to support the downtown project and be advocates for the community.
The “Up In Smoke” tour featuring Cheech & Chong and WAR, is making a stop at the Kansas Expocentre on Wednesday, September 17th.
The Sierra Club in Kansas says state health officials and Kansas State University removed an ozone pollution monitoring site near Manhattan.
Kansas City officials say a church that partially collapsed with children inside must be demolished.
A bite from the lonestar tick can leave the victim allergic to red meat.
Businesses around Milford Lake want the state of Kansas to change the timing of its tests for blue-green algae at the popular recreation are…