Was charged Tuesday with endangering the welfare of a child.
More Americans sought unemployment aid last week, though the number of applications was still consistent with steady hiring.
Department of Agriculture report shows a decrease of 32% in income for the upcoming year.
Second time this year the County has lowered the bridges weight restrictions.
A bill that would heavily restrict sexually oriented businesses did not advance as Kansas lawmakers face key deadlines.
First round approval, see the changes moving forward as to who can carry a concealed gun in the state.
No arrests have been made.
Singer falls while walking on stage at British version of Grammy Awards
Kyle Busch has undergone surgery on his left foot, broken in a hard crash at Daytona International Speedway.
The Medicaid program in Kansas would gain more control over costly mental health prescriptions under a bill facing a final vote in the state…
KSU told to revise its policies to avoid a repeat.
The measure, which passed 119-35, now goes to the Senate for consideration.
Prisoner managed to double his weight while behind bars to more than 400 pounds.
Jury selection began January 5th
Budget cut impacts more then 10,000 Pre-K children
Despite action on some specific bills, very little legislation has made it through both chambers yet this year; including the budget and edu…
Regan Smith was quick to accept an offer to race in the Daytona 500 as Kurt Busch’s replacement driver.
The Topeka Zoo announced Wednesday aftertoon the passing of Peek, one of the zoos American Black Bears.
Police in Maine say 75 vehicles got tangled up in a series of chain-reaction pileups on a snowy stretch of Interstate 95, injuring at least …
The measure goes next to the House.
A Kansas City-area man has been ordered to spend roughly six years in federal prison for trying to kill a police informant.
Wichita police say homicides in the south-central Missouri city rose by 50 percent in 2014 while the local overall crime rate fell nearly 3 …
Brownback says he brings strong experience at the state and federal level that will serve Kansans well.
A memorial quickly arose at the scene in memory of the children.
The four are expected in court Wednesday if they do not make bond.