Kansas officials are waiting to learn whether state tax collections in March fell short of expectations.
The more hits to the head an amateur football player takes, the greater the risk that he will be depressed, have difficulty making decisions…
Dozens of world leaders assembling Friday for a nuclear security summit will confront a disparate array of modern-day threats.
Hillary Clinton will release a $10 billion plan aimed at revitalizing manufacturing in Syracuse on Friday.
The City of Topeka and Shawnee County are teaming up to help residents kick unwanted large items to the curb.
Donald Trump’s remark that women getting abortions were they to be banned should be punished drew swift, unified condemnation from the anti-…
In the face of threats from North Korea, President Obama urged closer security ties among its allies in Asia and increased cooperation with …
Mississippi lawmakers banned adoptions by same-sex couples in 2000.
A gunman and a Virginia State Trooper are dead after the suspect open fired at a Greyhound bus station in Richmond.
The high school baseball and softball seasons are underway across NE Kansas. Here’s scores from March 31, 2016.
Ben Turnley from Manhattan High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Police released a surveillance image of the suspect carrying the baby while exiting the mall in the area by Bonefish Grill.
A veteran Miami police officer with two decades of experience dealing with the media and community leaders will take over as police chief in…
The Topeka Golf Association will have its Washburn alumni outing on Friday April 8th at Shawnee County Club.
On Thursday afternoon, the Kansas City Chiefs announced contract extensions for two of their running backs from last season.
Westbound traffic is forced into the middle lane which is designed as a turning lane for cars traveling both ways.
Around 4 a.m. on Thursday, a black 2010 Toyota Corolla with Colorado license plate “484 ZUF” was stolen from parking lot 400 at KU.
On Thursday night, the Topeka Public School’s Board of Education voted to sell the last $33 million in bonds.