A Kansas man was arrested and faces a felony charge of motor vehicle homicide and a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Eight college fraternities announced Tuesday an effort to work together on new training aimed at combating sexual misconduct, hazing and bin…
A man accused of killing a woman at a Sedgwick County commune in 2003 will not go on trial as scheduled next week.
Wichita Public Schools officials on Monday night approved the purchase of printers for the district’s 18 middle schools.
Combined U.S.-Arab airstrikes at the heart of the ISIS strongholds in Syria achieved their strategic aim of showing the extremists that thei…
The state Division of Emergency Management says if residents are prepared for a zombie attack, they’re prepared for anything.
A new government report shows Kansas growers were busy in the past week planting winter wheat as the corn and sorghum harvests progressed.
The Topeka City Council takes up a proposed nudity ban at their council meeting Tuesday night.
Danny Duffy pitched six innings without allowing a run as the Royals held off the Indians on Monday night.
Washburn Rural won Monday’s girls city golf tournament at Topeka Country Club.
Administration enacts tough rules while Congress debates new laws.
Monday’s “Count Day” will affects Kansas school budgets
Police didn’t issue an amber alert, they issued what they call a “Code Red”.
The FBI is investigating whether the officer used excessive force.
Washburn volleyball’s Marissa Cox is named the MIAA Hitter of the Week.
Police say the teen solicited a 3-year-old to engage in lewd touching.
Case of an abortion opponent who sent a letter to a Wichita doctor saying someone might place an explosive under her car.
State and local officials in four Kansas counties are conducting an exercise to practice the state’s plan to respond to a foreign animal dis…
A reporter for an Alaska TV station revealed on the air that she owns a medical marijuana business and was quitting her job to advocate for …
In a federal court proceeding, Assistant U.S. Attorney David Mudd said that the accused intruder was a danger to the president.
The filing is the State’s first formal response to the lawsuit.
Authorities in northeast Kansas have arrested a man suspected of firing a shot at a Johnson County sheriff’s deputy.