Kansas hasn’t executed anyone since it reinstated capital punishment in 1994.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper is lucky to be alive after a car hit his parked patrol vehicle on a busy highway.
A protest against genetically-modified foods was held in Wichita Saturday, part of a world-wide event.
A man who allegedly drove a vehicle that killed a woman in a fatal crash in Salina in April has been arrested.
The Kansas Board of Regents has approved a working group to study how the state’s universities respond to sexual violence.
A new southeast Kansas museum is designed to honor people who have taken extraordinary actions to help others.
An altercation led to a man being shot and critically wounded in Great Bend Saturday night.
Authorities say a man was killed when he crashed his small airplane into a field near the Colorado-Kansas border.
For the first time in nearly six years, Kansas is officially considered drought-free.
Records show more than 30 police dogs have been shot or stabbed in the line of duty in the last few years.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach has asked a federal appeals court to stay a judge’s order to add to voting rolls.
Kansas City Police arrested a suspected shoplifter after her baby fell out of an alleged getaway car.
A former commander with the Wichita Police Department has announced his candidacy for Butler County Sheriff.
A former Army explosive ordinance disposal technician was charged in federal court Friday with unlawful possession of grenades.
A Wichita Christian school is responding to a report over expelling students with gay relatives in its application process.