The Grand River in Grand Rapids, Mich., is expected to fall below flood stage today. And some of the people who were evacuated from their ho…
A man who attacked several employees at a Topeka television station has been sentenced to eight years and four months in prison.
Meritrust will present Earth Day Kansas at the zoo from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Emerson Lynn Jr., the former publisher of the Iola Register and one of the state’s best-known editorial writers, has died.
The number of people working for Kansas state government increased last year but most of the growth was in temporary jobs with no benefits.
Two Kansas employers are in the running for a national award for supporting employees who serve in the National Guard or military reserves.
Twenty-nine-year-old Timothy Wells-Lee was convicted Tuesday of 10 of 11 charges he faced. He’ll be sentenced June 14.
The homicide detective who was handcuffed to Lee Harvey Oswald when Oswald was shot paid a visit to Topeka Tuesday.
The Kansas Supreme Court overturned Phillip Cheatham Jr.’s convictions in January, finding that his lawyer did a poor job at his 2005 trial.
Cool spring temperatures in Kansas are squeezing drought-weary cattle producers even further by delaying the growth of pasture grasses and t…
A Kansas doctor linked to drug overdoses by active-duty Fort Riley soldiers remains jailed for now as a possible flight risk.
A new Kansas law will designate some school districts as innovative and make them exempt from certain state education rules.
A 21-year-old woman charged in the death of a southeast Kansas woman is due in court this week.
Forget the old “Simply Kansas” brand. State officials are about to launch a new trademark program dubbed “From the Land of Kansas.”
An exhibit featuring some of the most important papers in U.S. history is on display through May 3 at the Eisenhower Presidential Museum.