TPD is trying to identify a woman wanted in connection with passing a stolen forged check who was caught on surveillance at a Topeka Wal-Mar…
The Highland Park boys basketball team finished the year fourth in the Class 5A State Tournament, and you don’t go that far without having s…
“Prosecuting these crimes sends the message to Kansas citizens that their vote absolutely matters and will be protected.”
A new National Park Service report shows 20.66 million visitors to national parks in the Midwest Region spent $1.3 billion, which provided a…
Students at Kansas State University are talking about what kind of role the school plays when it comes to sexual assault with its students.
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant and arrested four people, but they are still looking for two more from a …
Robert Pitya Dickson, 48, from Fort Mill, S.C. pleaded guilty to two counts of producing child pornography.
Nine airports have been chosen to receive $2.7 million in funding from the 2017 Kansas Airport Improvement Program.
Tony Stewart has been cleared to return to racing and will be back in his car Friday at Richmond International Raceway.
Two sites will be in operation on Saturday, April 30 so Topekans can safely turn in their unused, unneeded, or expired prescription medicati…
The extra funds will provide pay raises and offset lost federal funds over the next 15 months at Kansas’ two mental hospitals.
A Wichita man is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the 1988 shooting deaths of two people in KCK.
After more than a year-long investigation, a nurse was arrested for the death of her fiancé.
“We lost a musician, a true musician today. He’ll be missed in a lot of ways.”
The Missouri Senate has passed legislation to increase penalties for some immigrants who enter the country illegally and commit crimes.
Area farmers are currently caring for another 50 or 60 cattle about about that many were found starved to death in southern Kansas.
The chase began following a traffic stop in Osage County.
Kansas City leaders are calling for $27.6 million in public funds to help complete revitalizations to the 18th and Vine jazz district.