Week two of the high school football season kicked off Friday night. Join Alex Wiebel and Matt Gasper for a complete recap.
California man remains jailed on a variety of charges.
Hundreds of alleged abuse cases now under investigation.
Indicted by grand jury for “switching” his son.
Players acknowledge human growth hormone problems.
Proposal is to re-draw organ donation distribution boundaries.
Drivers in the Central Topeka area should expect some closed roads on Saturday during Corporal Jason Harwood’s funeral procession.
Theft affected members in Kansas and Texas.
Hundreds come together to brightening up the Capitol City
Solar storms give a possibility of seeing the Northern Lights.
Investigators in northeast Kansas say a fire that destroyed a 9,000-square-foot home this week was intentionally set.
A solar storm zapped Earth on Friday but it was causing few, if any, problems.
If a player has talent, a team will find a place for him, no matter how bad his off-the-field profile might be.
Topeka Police Department will be in the walk-in accident phase reporting starting Saturday morning.
Employees at KSNT-TV gathered in the Kansas First News studio Friday to celebrate for a retirement celebration.
Officials of Wichita Habitat for Humanity are scrambling to make up for a costly break-in at a storage unit.
The ad accuses Orman of pretending to be conservative like Roberts.
Researchers say study linking Down Sydrome and Alzheimer’s Disease could help find a way to prevent the latter.
Clinton said signing the bill that created AmeriCorps was one of the most important things he had done to foster public service.
Facing charges including fetal death concealment, authorities said Friday as the search for more possible bodies continued.
Services for Corporal Jason Harwood will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday.
The accident is under investigation.
Scams like this have been occurring across the state.
A search is underway in the western Pacific Ocean for a missing pilot after two U.S. Navy jets crashed.
Courthouse open again after being evacuated.