Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole is coming home to Kansas to visit the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas later this month.
List of changes to Ft. Riley in “Campaign Plan 2020”: 2014 -Open Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center – Approval of Kansas national…
An act of vandalism at Manhattan Christian College is under investigation by Riley County Police.
Private fundraising is being considered for renovations planned for the Peace Auditorium in Manhattan.
Topeka Public Schools could see a nearly $2 million increase in their spending power if the school funding bill is signed into law.
Authorities say nine people have been killed in a three-vehicle crash that has shut down north- and south-bound traffic on Interstate 5.
Some big change are coming to the Capital City – that’s what the new executive director of Heartland Visioning, John Hunter, is promising.
When it comes to Spring colors, orange is the hue KDOT wants you to care about.
AP source: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigning after rocky health care law rollout.
The popular M&M’s Store in Downtown Topeka has brought a lot of sweet success and it’s benefiting more than just the pop-up shop itself.
Seven chimpanzees are back inside their enclosure at the Kansas City Zoo after climbing a fallen log to the top of a wall.
A group of Kansas officials and economists will gather next week to study revenue forecasts for the coming year,
Federal prosecutors have charged a Kansas metal finishing business for allegedly dumping untreated wastewater into a city sewer system, amon…
Topeka police say a person was seriously injured after an accident at SW 7th and Lincoln.
The home of Duane and Beth Fager is this year’s featured house for an annual fundraiser.
The League of Kansas Municipalities selects Erik Sartorius as its new leader.
Authorities area searching for a man wanted for theft from Kelly’s Express.
John Hunter replaces William Beteta who stepped down as executive director late last year.