A notorious Al Qaeda magazine is encouraging lone-wolf terrorist attacks on Charles and David Koch and other US industrialists.
Junction City is looking for new owners for lots it was forced to take back after a surge of troops at Fort Riley never materialized.
A 20-year-old former University of Kansas student accused of raping a woman in a university dorm room has entered a diversion program.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear Wichita’s pot ordinance case at 9 a.m. next Thursday.
The new library will benefit from an $8 million fundraising campaign.
AT&T service has been restored to multiple customers after some went without service Wednesday
The K-State band director says it was a big misunderstanding.
Officials say the state’s new welfare law shows it doesn’t conflict with federal rules governing state child care programs.
A new report shows Kansas farmers have begun planting their 2016 winter wheat crop.
A school bus was evacuated Wednesday morning after a possible fire resulting from a back brake and tire issue.
Police say three people, including an infant, have been found fatally shot at a home in Kansas City, Missouri.
Authorities are investigating after a man was stabbed multiple times at a Wichita motel.
Wichita city leaders are crying foul over a longtime county-wide 1 percent sales tax .
Some Wichita State students are a little shaken up after another mugging on campus.
Data shows the number of ‘felt’ earthquakes has decreased since Kansas regulators set limits on drilling wastewater disposal.