Topeka’s Veteran Administration Medical Center is getting some help from alternative means to help cut energy costs.
60 minute replay of the Wednesday night debate in Wichita.
Orman said that if voters believe Washington is working well, “I’m not your guy.”
Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph will pay nearly $10 million
Candidates find little common ground in televised debate.
Former Kansas State assistant coach Wayne McClain has died after an unspecified illness.
The Big 12 conference hosted its 2014 college basketball media day at Sprint Center in Kansas City.
The Kansas City Royals will host games one and two of the World Series starting next Tuesday.
First World Series appearance since 1985 – 8-0 in post season playoffs.
Man charged with killing adoptive parents in November, 2013
Pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of theft of government money.
President Barack Obama declared Wednesday that the “the world is not doing enough” to fight Ebola.
Lied to the federal government about damage to his home from the May 2011 tornado is going to federal prison.
Keaton, in a wonderfully raw, dark and vulnerable performance, plays aging actor Riggan Thomson.
A piece of history stolen from the Topeka cemetery earlier this week has been recovered.
Police in southwest Kansas have arrested a packing plant employee for the death of a co-worker after a fight last week.
Court ordered registered drug offender who has not properly registered with law enforcement.
Guthrie showed up to his postgame news conference wearing a T-shirt that a fan had sent him that read, “These O’s Ain’t Royal.”
The statement says the health care worker, who wasn’t identified, was interviewed to identify any contacts or potential exposures.
There will be a program change tonight due to the Kansas Senate Debate tonight on 27 KSNT.
The second Dallas nurse infected with Ebola will be transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta from the Texas hospital where she wa…
The company says in a statement that a fuel system gasket can become degraded and leak. No fires, crashes or injuries have been reported.
More than $10 million in state funds will be spent on work on nearly 80 rural bridges listed as deficient.