A Kansas state senator is proposing a bill intended to ensure that school districts can’t remove current students who live outside their bou…
The Kansas State Board of Education is meeting April 16 to review changes to the state’s education laws including an overhaul in the way sch…
Seventeen suspected militants have been detained for allegedly plotting to carry out terrorist acts in the country’s largest city, Kuala Lum…
Kansas is honoring the place where its famous state song was written by designating a nearby road as the Home on the Range Highway.
Topeka family safe after house catches on fire.
Sporting Kansas City had a pair of goals in stoppage time to rally for a 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Union on Sunday night.
On Sunday afternoon, the Kansas City Royals announced their 25-man roster prior to Monday’s season-opener.
One deck marks 52 unsolved cases, and authorities have two additional decks in the works.
One person was seriously injured; about a dozen others had minor injuries.
The man hanging from a cross in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has a message, and many who’ve seen him have mixed emotions.
Police have made three arrests.
It is believed her husband lost control of the UTV. It crashed after rolling.
Officers found the body Saturday night.
Supporters compare the benefit page to a pizza shop that raised $800,000 after closing when the owner said he wouldn’t cater a gay wedding.
The cars will be 1917 Lo-V models, which were used by the subway system until the late 1960s.
Jurors are expected to begin deliberations this week after hearing more than two months of testimony.
Regardless of the trial’s outcome, the after-effects of the chase and shooting will likely endure for years to come.
“Furious 7” also unseats previous April record-holder “Captain America.
C&R Plating and its owner Kevin L. Cline will be sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Topeka.
Ride-hailing company Uber says it will be forced to pull out of Kansas if the governor signs a bill increasing regulations on its drivers.
The Shawnee Mission District was keeping it locked up because it was considered too valuable to display at a school.
Fire crews worked for more than two hours to put out the flames.
The child’s parents reported him missing about 6 p.m. Friday.