Authorities say a sport utility vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian on Interstate 470 in Topeka.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating a Wichita police pursuit that ended with the suspect crashing into a victim.
One Derby business is adding a twist, bringing the Little Food Pantry to the area.
Curtis Allen waived his detention hearing Monday and entered a not guilty plea.
The U.S. Geological Survey said that the quake that struck northwest of Fairview in February was likely induced by disposal wells.
The committee searching for Kansas State University’s next president has selected 15 candidates to interview for the position.
Damian Mayes pled no contest to one consolidated felony count of theft.
The state’s self-defense law is in legal limbo while the Kansas Supreme Court prepares to consider the issue.
Wichita police are investigating after a large truck drove into the Speedy Cash at Douglas and Hillside.
Five young adults have died in a fiery wrong-way crash on a southeastern Massachusetts highway.
A federal prosecutor will be on duty during election day to respond to complaints of possible election fraud in the state.
The University of Kansas Memorial Union is proposing a $45 million renovation, and asking for a fee increase.
Sedgwick Superintendent Larry Roth says USD 439 schools will be closed Monday.
Somalis and non-Somalis in Liberal engaged in a cultural exchange.
One person remains hospitalized a few days after a chemical spill sent a noxious chemical cloud over Atchison.