A report released shows 44 percent of the state’s winter wheat crop is in good to excellent condition.
A white supremacist accused of gunning down three people at Jewish sites in Kansas will go on trial.
The city of Augusta has a cat problem, and it’s developing into a cat fight.
It began with a few teens who decided to protest Senate Bill 56 last Friday.
Some believe the southwest corner of the basement is the safest place during a tornado.
Federal prosecutors say a man accused of plotting a suicide bomb attack at Eisenhower airport was “well on his way” to becoming a terrorist.
A woman is reunited with her dogs after they were reported stolen.
A Wichita man and his girlfriend tried to save the Wichita woman who died Sunday as she went onto the ice to save her dog.
Westar filed a request with the Kansas Corporation Commission to adjust its prices by 7.9 percent or $152 million.
At first Garden City school administrators thought they’d have to postpone summer repairs and upgrades to facilities, but after looking at t…
Fifteen-year-old Sam Vonachen of Hutchinson pleaded not guilty Monday to two counts of murder.
The burns are conducted to provide better forage for cattle and to help control invasive species.
Kansas legislators are shifting their focus to building the next state budget.
One Kansas senator hopes to tighten the requirements for employees in our kids’ schools through more frequent background checks.
Koch Industries Inc. will donate $2.6 million to Kansas State University.