Topeka police want to reduce the high volume of calls from a downtown apartment complex that residents have nicknamed the “Green Monster.”
The city council voted 9-0 Thursday for the new law, which bans open carry and takes effect in less than two weeks.
Some Kansas church leaders are upset over a remark by Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
He’s reported only $601 in other contributions. Through July 16, he spent about $37,000.
Authorities say bank customers receive a recorded phone call say their credit card has been deactivated.
Kansas is getting nearly $640,000 in federal funds for a technical training program for inmates at the Topeka Correctional Facility.
Voters in central Kansas will decide in November whether to allow their community to continue adding fluoride to the local water supply.
Local officials say Sprint has agreed to provide the service at no cost for at least a year.
There’s been an increase in cases of people getting brown recluse spider bites in parts of the south. But should Kansan’s be worried?
The oxygen could then be used to make rocket fuel and for future astronauts to breathe.
In the last four months, half of the structure fires in southeast Topeka were in the Montara neighborhood.
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Bond is set at $500,000 for a Wichita man charged in a hit-and-run crash that killed three people.
The ebola outbreak is getting worse, and the United States is warning travelers to stay away from affected regions.
Occy the dog and Biggie the duck have been best friends for years.
The Department of Revenue reported Thursday the state took in almost $409 million in taxes in July.
Police say three people were injured when an SUV crashed into a building that houses county offices.
A southeast Kansas company that makes tanks for customers worldwide is planning a major expansion.