The retiring Taxation Committee chairman in the Kansas House has taken a job with the state Department of Revenue.
A Kansas City man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting a man and a woman whose burned bodies were found in an abandoned…
An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court.
The trial of a young woman charged with killing her 52-year-old roommate in Lawrence will not be held in January as scheduled.
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Rhett Purling from Shawnee Heights High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Kansas Jayhawks host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Volleyball Regional in Topeka.
Washburn basketball won the MIAA Conference opener against Southwest Baptist at Lee Arena.
It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy great holiday sales, but are you protecting yourself from credit card fraud?
The Topeka Rotary Club will add a Pocket Park next to Constitution Hall.
How one soldiers hard work and motivation has helped hundreds of soldiers.
Executive director of the Center for Applied Economics filed a lawsuit against the university.
New DOD report shows an increase in reported sexual assaults within the military.
A Missouri mom is offering advice to other parents about sports and concussions.
The holiday shopping season is always a make-or-break period for struggling retailers.
Obama administration officials are acknowledging that HealthCare.gov premiums, on average, will go up next year.
Convicted of first-degree murder in 2005 for the July 2004 death of his wife at the family’s Lawrence home.
Still, federal civil rights cases against police officers are exceedingly rare.
The beloved children’s tale airs live tonight on NBC.
Washington State University researchers work to develop breathalyzer that will detect THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.
Louisiana school cuts student absences by installing hand washing stations.
The Vatican’s economy czar says the Holy See’s finances are in better shape than he thought.
The bigger fight may lie ahead as immigration hardliners in Congress push to use must-pass spending bills to block Obama’s actions.