Charges have been filed against a man in connection with a homicide outside a Topeka gas station.
Lines were growing in the pre-dawn hours Monday outside shops set to become the first in Washington state to sell recreational marijuana leg…
Authorities say the three men were filmed by surveillance cameras as they carried out the July 1 heist at a store in Sandy Springs, just nor…
President Barack Obama will discuss the crisis at the border with faith leaders and local officials in Texas Wednesday.
Overnight storms keep Manhattan Fire Department busy with downed trees and fire calls.
The National Weather Service says the state recorded 33 tornadoes by the end of June, the lowest number since 30 were recorded in 1994.
Wichita Police Chief Norman Williams says a police officer fatally shot a man as he lunged at the officer with a knife.
Allowing employees to take smartphone microbreaks may be a benefit — rather than a disruption — for businesses.
The fire broke out around 1 a.m. Saturday in the Clay County town of Wakefield.
The latest government crop update shows the Kansas wheat harvest is making slow progress.
KU announced Monday that Erinn Barcomb-Peterson had started the director’s job on the Lawrence campus after nine years at Kansas State.
The two hit it off and it wasn’t long before Mixner moved from her Kansas City home to join Taylor in Nampa, Idaho. They soon married in a r…
Kansas First News has confirmed that Newman Regional Health is going to close three of its facilities in rural communities surrounding its E…
Washburn Rural High School students and staff requested to add a unified sports program with Special Olympics.
James Shields faced off against his former franchise and shut down the Tampa Bay Rays.
A Yankees fan has filed a $10 million lawsuit against two ESPN announcers contending they mocked him when he was caught on national televisi…
Strong winds that blew through central and northeast Kansas left trees down and created power outages but no serious injuries have been repo…
A minimum-security inmate at a northeast Kansas prison is back in custody after reportedly walking away from a work detail.
The Washington-based Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence said it would file a federal lawsuit Wednesday in Kansas.