The Olathe man was convicted and sentenced to die in 2003 in Kansas for the deaths of a Michigan woman and another from Indiana.
A former loan officer for a Great Bend bank will be sentenced June 8 after pleading guilty to bank fraud.
The Cherokee County sheriff says the death of a Texas woman whose body was found in a field is considered suspicious.
A bill that would potentially shrink civil service protections for some employees has advanced in the Kansas House.
Authorities are investigating after remains believed to be human were found in a wooded area near Abilene.
Perez received a second life sentence on a sexual exploitation of a child conviction and nearly 34 more years behind bars for other counts.
Gov. Sam Brownback has proclaimed Wednesday as Military Appreciation Day in Kansas.
A new proposal for controlling the cost of mental health drugs to the Medicaid program in Kansas has advanced in the Legislature.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to listen to a challenge on Wisconsin’s voter ID law.
Tyler Lindzy is looking forward to fighting serious wildfires in Colorado and surrounding states.
The driver was arrested and charged with speeding, failure to signal, fleeing and alluding, impeding traffic, and reckless driving.
A Georgia couple is suing a Kansas organization that once helped run the state’s privatized foster care system.
An eastern Kansas jury has recommended a 50-year prison sentence for a woman convicted of killing her roommate.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback didn’t receive a pleasant reception from the crowd in Omaha on Sunday.
A doctor who was bitten by a shark while vacationing in Hawaii is recovering at home in Kansas.