Backlash is building against a group that wants to bring a retreat to the Wichita area that advocates the marriages of children as young as …
An SUV driven by the alleged driver hit a van filled with people from Starkey, Inc., a nonprofit that helps those with developmental disabil…
Tracking strong to severe storms tomorrow evening
The Washburn baseball team surrendered a bases loaded walk in the 10th inning and lost 3-2 to Central Missouri on Friday night.
High school baseball, softball, and soccer scores from May 6, 2016:
Pitching e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative to smoking just got a lot harder.
For higher educated and skilled workers, April offered plenty of jobs. The landscape was tougher for blue-collar and lower paying positions.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. dropped by five this week to 415. A year ago, 894 rigs were active.
Joe Schrag Invitational Team Scores BOYS (Top 5): Seaman – 133 Washburn Rural – 127 Topeka High – 126 Shawnee Heights – 109.5 Silver Lake –…
The number of lawsuits accusing a former physician assistant at a VA hospital in Kansas of sexual abuse has grown to at least five.
Federal officials have cited a national agricultural marketing firm with exposing workers in Kansas to grain dust and fall hazards.
A Missouri judge has ordered one of two teens accused of fatally stabbing a suburban Kansas City woman to stand trial as an adult.
More than 80 Pittsburg-area community members have gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking of a new casino that was delayed for months.
Report: Haskell Indian Nations University needs between $111 million and $123 million to get its aging facilities up to par.
A spring festival that highlights Kansas products, music, food and places is opening this weekend.
The fate of Manhattan High School’s Indians mascot could be decided this fall.
A 30-year-old Kansas man has been sentenced to three consecutive life sentences for abducting and repeatedly raping an 8-year-old girl.
The City of Junction City has announced that Police Chief Tim Brown will retire from the Junction City Police Department on June 17.