New budget portal at City of Topeka website allows citizens to look over budget items.
Alyshia Strong was effectively left an orphan 14 years ago when her father killed her mother and half-sister.
Officials have questions about who should take the drug and whether to approve it based on currently available data.
Authorities have released surveillance video showing the fatal shooting of a Boston man suspected of plotting to kill police officers.
Pleaded not guilty Monday in a separate prosecution that could send him to prison for life.
The incident began when officers responded Friday night to a report of a disturbance involving a group of black youths at a neighborhood poo…
GM paid $200 million to settle claims filed with Feinberg as of March 31.
Obama said the Pentagon was reviewing plans to ramp up training and assistance to the Iraqi forces, but he also said there must be full comm…
The Kansas corn check off rate will increase to 1 cent per bushel beginning July 1.
Brownback held a signing ceremony at the Statehouse.
Law enforcement officers are searching for a man accused of shooting a convenience store clerk in Plainville, Kansas, about 25 miles north o…
Was found dead by firefighters after they extinguished a car fire Thursday.
Wichita is one of several cities across the country to receive $60,000 from the donor who wants the construction to take place in Pope Franc…
The House faced a potential vote on the tax plan Monday, the 109th day of a legislative session that is now the longest in state history.
Kansas legislators have finished work on a $15.4 billion state budget for the fiscal year beginning in July that would limit tuition increas…
The City of Topeka Water Department reports SW 37th between Topeka Blvd & Kansas Ave has the eastbound lanes closed due to a water main brea…
The tragic news that one of their fellow seniors had died reached some graduates right before walking on stage.
“All we saw was someone get tackled by a single police officer (he looked a bit young to be drinking), and then this. Make your own judgemen…
Investigators are interviewing hundreds of civilian employees and the contractors who have been doing extensive renovations at the 150-year-…
American Pharoah ran into Triple Crown history with a dazzling display of speed and endurance in the Belmont Stakes.
Police say two Louisiana day care workers were arrested after a 22-month-old girl was left in a hot vehicle for about two hours and died.
House Republicans are resurrecting efforts to thin more quickly millions of acres and take down dead trees.
Will let the United States complete ratification of two long-stalled treaties aimed at stopping a frightening scenario: terrorists wielding …
The head of the Washburn University art department died when her bicycle was hit by a pickup truck in Crawford County.
The Kansas Senate has approved a new plan for raising sales and cigarette taxes to close a projected budget shortfall.
Wizards say “I do,” in front of Equality House in Topeka.
The Cleveland Cavaliers evened the NBA Finals at 1-1 against the Golden State Warriors with a 95-93 overtime win on Sunday night.
The Kansas legislature spent the weekend working on the state’s revenue problem, making little progress.
Westar Energy working on multiple outages.
Salvador Perez hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 8th inning on Sunday afternoon to lead the Royals over the Rangers.
Hundreds of swimmers jumped in the pool this weekend for the annual ‘Beach Bash’ at Gage Park.
Stan Wawrinka denied Novak Djokovic of a career grand slam by beating him in the French Open finals on Sunday morning.
Martin Truex Jr. won his first race since 2013 on Sunday afternoon at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania
Friends gathered to remember a Wichita State student killed in a bomb attack in Saudi Arabia.
Seven students from Harvard and MIT are cycling across America, stopping in many rural towns to get kids interested in science.
Mexican soldiers and police guarded polling stations Sunday in southern states where violence and boycotts threatened to disrupt the midterm…
Brothers Molham and Mohammad Kayali fled to Turkey in September 2012. They were reunited last year at at Emporia State University.
Same-sex couples can begin applying for marriage licenses next week in Guam.