The holders of two lucky tickets purchased states apart awoke to good news Wednesday.
Police armed with assault rifles descended on a Maine man’s home after members of a tree removal crew he’d told to clear off his property re…
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is returning to his hometown later this month to talk about his new book.
Extremely dry air conditions in Douglas County are pushing fire officials to issue a burn ban across the area.
Kansas City Zoo officials say they will review their policies after a number of fights broke out during a free day at the zoo.
Preventing wildfires in Kansas has become a higher priority because of recent drought and high temperatures.
The wife of Arizona Sen. John McCain visits Lawrence next week to discuss leadership, her humanitarian work and life on the campaign trail.
A Kansas House committee has endorsed legislation allowing higher monetary damages in personal injury lawsuits while revising the rules of e…
Legislation moving through the Kansas House would require public school students to receive instruction on personal financial literacy and h…
The Kansas State Wildcats cruise past Air Force 17-2 on Tuesday night. It’s the 11th straight win for the ‘Cats.
An apartment fire near Gage and I-70 was reported shortly before 10:00 p.m.
At least three dogs in Topeka have been poisoned in a weeks time in Southeast Topeka.
Topeka RoadRunners goalie P.J. Bridges tied the NAHL record with his 10th shutout of the year as the Runners beat the Amarillo Bulls 1-0 on …
Kansas congressman Tim Huelskamp has revised his plans for raffling off tickets to men’s college basketball games.
Today, dozens of people from around the state met to discuss strategies to keeping senior drivers safer on the roads ahead.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra apologized Tuesday for the deaths related to the company’s delayed recall of 1.6 million small cars.
Jim Stowers Jr., the billionaire founder of one of the nation’s leading investment management firms who gave away most of his fortune to fig…
The City Council in Wichita has approved a new hotel tax to finance efforts to promote tourism and attract large events.