Through a series of search warrants executed on Friday at three locations, officers seized a substantial amount of marijuana and cash.
A budget shortfall predicted for Kansas for July 2016 has grown to $260 million after tax collections fell short of expectations during the …
While most people expect people to escape and avoid Ebola in Libera, one missionary is wanting to return to the country.
A Pratt man was found guilty today of two first degree murder charges and one attempted first degree murder charge, Kansas Attorney General …
Sedgwick County officials met today to discuss the growing fear of Ebola and their plan of action to ease the minds of those concerned.
Hours digging in the August sun rewarded Kris Super with a remarkable discovery, more than half a skeleton of an 85 million-year old bird.
Most therapy takes place in an office, one on one with a therapist, but people in Barton and Pawnee counties are finding comfort in therapy …
The Kansas Food Bank is asking everyone to vote for them in the latest Walmart Fight Hunger challenge.
A Kansas bitcoin company that was shut down after being sued by the federal government will be allowed to resume some of its business.
The archbishop of Oklahoma City has performed an exorcism at a public venue that hosted a satanic “black Mass” last month.
Michael Brisco is accused in the September 2013 slaying of 26-year-old Sem Adrien.
One person is dead after an accident Thursday night southwest of Salina.
Emporia police say they don’t suspect foul play in the death of a man who was found in a men’s restroom at the police department.
A state audit says the Kansas Department of Revenue’s $34 million overhaul of the state’s computer operations was not managed properly by th…
For months, the state has been working on a plan to respond to the considerable uptick in seismic activity.