Being held on a $20,000 bond.
Pennsylvania man has been charged with passing some counterfeit $20 bills at a yard sale run by the wrong woman — a local bank teller.
The man’s identity hasn’t been released but police say he is in his 20s.
Also expected to talk to reporters on Friday about the investigation process in officer-involved shootings.
Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody are coming back to the big screen.
Amtrak passengers taking the Missouri River Runner between St. Louis and Kansas City will be bused for a portion of their trip for two days …
Accused of grabbing a Philadelphia woman off the street this week and taking her to Maryland has a history of violence
The safety board will take months more to finish interviews and analysis of physical evidence before publicly stating what it thinks caused …
The burst of hiring lowered the unemployment rate to 5.8 percent from 5.9 percent. It is the lowest rate since July 2008.
Police are searching for two suspects who took nearly 30 weapons from a Wichita business.
Paying more at new stores.
Kaitlyn Shoemaker of Silver Lake High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to customers’ card data, Home Depot said Thursday.
Organizers and City make their arguments on petition demanding public vote on Topeka’s plan to purchase the troubled race track.
Emporia State will construct a high-definition video board at Welch Stadium for the 2015 season.
When is construction season in Topeka ending?
First federal appeals court to uphold same-sex bans
A powerful storm in the North Pacific may be partially to blame for the upcoming cold snap.
Leaders of the state Republican and Democratic parties said Thursday that their mailings, fliers and phone calls were a factor in the electi…
A new study at the UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Center may prove beneficial for many.
Disappeared more than two years ago have been found.
Joining thousands of parents at companies around the globe
Prosecutors say they might seek the death penalty against a woman accused with three others of killing a Kansas couple last year.