State continues lawsuit while legislature considers reducing penalties for possession statewide.
High water velocity creates safety concerns for fishermen and boaters.
Former K-State basketball and longtime coach at North Carolina Bill Guthridge died at the age of 77.
Change a result from security links at the National Security Agency.
As the Tuttle Creek Reservoir prepares to release up to a foot of water each day this week, downstream Topeka braces for the aftermath.
The Kansas Senate has agreed to a compromise moving local elections to the fall in odd-numbered years.
The father of the Kansas man who was flying a helicopter missing in Nepal says he is confident his son will be found OK.
Jurors got the case late in the day and deliberated for about 45 minutes before going home.
The chairmen of the Kansas House Education Committee and the State Board of Education are urging local school districts to teach financial l…
“Judge, I’m innocent, I have no comment.”
Was killed in an Amtrak train derailment Tuesday night in Philadelphia. He was 48.
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The government will soon require labels on packages of beef tenderized by machines so shoppers know to cook it thoroughly.
The importance of mental health first aid training is being noted during May, Mental Health Awareness Month.
K-State study finds a 1-degree increase in heat in the spring would decrease yields by 7 percent.
A new loan program from KDADS will benefit adults with behavioral health challenges.
There will be permanent bicycle parking at all seven of Dillon Stores Topeka locations.
Abortion opponents are urging Kansas legislators to rewrite part of a 2011 law that imposed special health and safety regulations on abortio…