Funeral services will be held Friday morning for a Marshall County Deputy who died last week due to complications from diabetes.
Southwire LLC officials say they plan to close the company’s plant in Coffeyville and lay off nearly 200 workers.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper who was injured in an accident on the Kansas Turnpike is improving at a Wichita hospital.
Kansas voters will decide in November whether to legalize charitable raffles.
A commission appointed to decide how much a Nebraska gas company must pay for taking property from Kansas land owners will hold its first co…
Ross Kivett, the reigning Big 12 Player of the Year, completed the first cycle at K-State since 1997.
Shawnee County has great access to medical care, but falls short when it comes to the overall health of its residents.
Westar says it estimates to have power restored by 10:30pm.
Restrictions on access to data on Kansas public school students would increase under a bill clearing the House on Wednesday.
Four juveniles who claimed a Kansas military school’s practice of giving higher-ranking cadets authority to discipline younger cadets encour…
Big decisions were made on big game at the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission public hearing in Topeka on March 20th.
The vice mayor of the small Arizona town of Maricopa says he was confused when he praised the late leader of the Westboro Baptist Church in …
Jesse the Giraffe lives at the Topeka Zoo, and he’s not a spring chicken.
James Shields allowed 7 runs in the first inning in the Spring Training finale for the Kansas City Royals.
Wednesday afternoon, strong winds pushed over a semi-truck on I-70 about 20 miles west of Salina.
Sunset Zoo bid farewell today to Bob Jr., an 18-year-old male Amur tiger.
City commissioners approved a proposal to paint Wamego’s new water tower at their last meeting.
The union at Spirit AeroSystems is accusing the Wichita aerospace company of laying off hundreds of workers last year because they were olde…