Kobach announced Monday that Donald Trump Jr. will be in Kansas on Nov. 28 for a campaign fundraiser.
President Donald Trump says he believes Cuba “is responsible” for attacks on American government personnel in Havana.
K-State has apologized to a concession worker who complained about being told she would have to put her breast pump in a clear bag.
An arts group is planning a mural for a wall adjacent to the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic site.
Topeka police deputy chief Darin Scott says violent crime is a “community issue” and that police “cannot tackle this problem alone.”
The man arrested in a multi-state March crime spree was sentenced in Pratt County District Court Monday.
A crowd of around 300 attended the the 17th annual Horseshoe Hoedown this weekend.
McConnell held a ribbon cutting Monday to signify completing the preparation for the arrival of the KC-46 Pegasus.
The Bearcats edged Wichita State as the preseason favorite with 116 points to the Shockers’ 115 in the balloting of the coaches.
Teams from 32 schools competed for top honors in the 19th Annual Kansas Best Robotics competition this weekend.
Newton Police are searching for a suspect after a shooting left one person injured Sunday night.
“We do not want another family, child to go through that,” Bo Shoemaker said.
Cattle were herded to the local airport, where they are off the street and “happily grazing”
“It tried to go around the spikes, hit the curb, and flipped over,” said Sgt. Scott Moon, Wichita Police Department.
Eighteen candidates have appointed treasurers or committees for a campaign next year, a requirement to raise money.