Local organizations came together Thursday morning for a monthly food distribution in northeast Kansas.
Kansas basketball met with the media for the first time this fall to preview the upcoming 2015-16 season for the Jayhawks.
Experts briefed commissioners on what items on the market are being sold legally to hide drug use.
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The idea is intended to save the local school district money, but it’s getting a lot of pushback from the three towns involved, which say lo…
TOPEKA (KSNT) – For nearly four years the City of Topeka has been slowly expanding its system of bike routes and bike lanes. The system is m…
Jackson County and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority have announced the $52 million purchase of a rail corridor.
A same-sex couple is seeking to force the KDHE to issue a birth certificate listing both women as the parents of their baby boy.
A Kansas judge ruled there is enough evidence to try a 27-year-old for capital murder and rape in the death of a woman who was set on fire a…
Kansas collected $31 million less in taxes than anticipated last month, a shortfall that could tighten the state’s budget picture.
Children’s advocacy centers in Kansas will receive more than a million dollars in state funding for 2016.
Fire Marshal Michael Martin said one person was taken to a local hospital with possible life-threatening burns another man was arrested.
You’re invited to take a terrifying trek at an annual event at Milford State Park in Junction City.
At least 10 people were killed at Umpqua Community College, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said Thursday night.
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Kansas lawmakers are grappling with the state’s possible response to new federal rules aimed at reducing carbon emissions from power plants.
Hurricane Joaquin is locked in a dance with an extraordinarily heavy rainstorm that is already drenching the Carolinas.
A moratorium on involuntary hospital admissions will continue at Osawatomie State Hospital as mandated renovations are wrapping up.