Winter weather is back across Northeast Kansas and it isn’t leaving any time soon.
The group ‘Kansans Against Common Core’ has been working to repeal those standards for three years.
A judge is recusing himself from hearing the sexual assault retrial of a man accused of knocking his attorney unconscious during his first t…
It’s the time of year to start filling out those Student Financial Aid forms.
Victim’s injuries were upgraded to non-life-threatening after being transported to the hospital.
Trooper attempted to pull over stolen car.
The bill affects collective bargaining rights for school employees and now the House Commerce committee’s quick decision on the matter is ra…
Local Latino leaders are leading the fight against a controversial Senate bill known as “The Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
A man who was shot during a struggle with Topeka police is now in jail.
Beer and spirits lobbyist say increasing the tax on alcohol would be bad for the state.
Warns of deep cuts in 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years.
A fight has developed between Republicans and Democrats over a phrase used frequently by Governor Sam Brownback.
One lawmaker has been critical of voice votes for years and says Kansans should be too.
Lost their businesses in an early morning fire on January 2nd.
Victim is recovering in local hospital
Most of northeastern Kansas is under a Winter Weather Advisory Sunday night.
Protesters made it known that they’re not happy about the deep cuts to public education funding during the Governor’s Listening Tour on Frid…
The school district in the heart of the Capital City announces the drastic cuts it’s making after state legislators slashed public education…
Injuries said not to be serious
Local law enforcement has been working for years to get substances known as “K2” or “Spice” off the streets.
Organizers behind petition demanding vote make final written appeal.
Fled from the courtroom after his bond was revoked.
Store owners worried about revenue if heartland park racetrack remains closed for the summer.
Expansion beat out two other US locations and could add new jobs.
Lawyers argue change would impact the independence of the state’s judiciary