No federal appeal of ruling because it applies only to Iowa state constitution.
Megan Landry was injured in a two-vehicle accident on Friday while she was trying to perform a traffic stop.
The award recognizes organizations for the ongoing commitment to narrowing the reading achievement gap.
The awards are for successfully achieving re-accreditation.
A proposed ordinance to ban public nudity in the city was not adopted despite several months of discussion.
Here is a timeline of the shooting at the historic Emanuel AME Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.
Representatives for the families of some of the nine victims addressed suspect Dylann Roof in court ahead of a bond hearing.
Hundreds of soldiers from all over the post getting a simple message
One of the first women hired by the Topeka Fire Department retired Friday.
‘Trampo Lazer Rockball Park’ is the one of the newest facilities in the Capital City to open to the public.
If you already have tickets, HANG ON TO THEM.
A U.S. Senate committee has approved an amendment that prohibits a federal agency from enforcing protections for a rare grouse.
The state lost 3,800 jobs from April to May, 2015.
Kansas legislators aren’t quite done with their work for the year because they inadvertently enacted two conflicting versions of a new law.
Over 50,000 spectators come each year to view the Finale that Never Ends.
Hottest weather so far this season moves in by Saturday.
Swearing in ceremony ends 15-month long wait.
Incidents show erratic behavior of Dylann Roof prior to shootings.
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (AP) — An American Indian tribe is poised to hold its first official powwow for the first time in 142 years on its own l…
A stowaway found in the undercarriage of a British Airways flight from Johannesburg may not have been the only person hitching a free ride t…
The Kansas winter wheat harvest is expected to get into full swing soon amid a forecast calling for mostly warm, dry weather.
Blackwell says multiple shots were fired between the suspect and officers responding to a 911 call.
The Kansas Supreme Court upholds Michelle Bolze-Sann’s criminal convictions for involuntary manslaughter and aggravated endangering a child.