Thousands of people across the mid-west are getting ready for the holiday weekend, but gas prices are convincing others to celebrate closer to home.
Just when she needed it most, a northwest Kansas woman who lost her home to a fire won the lottery prize of her dreams: a VIP race weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Police in a southeast Kansas community are asking the public to be alert for an escaped python.
A preliminary hearing for two men accused of first-degree murder in connection with the death of Salina resident Kristin Tyler has been scheduled for November.
Two out-of-state companies have been ordered to pay nearly $1 million in combined penalties and fees for telemarketing law violations.
One person from Sedgwick County has died from the West Nile Virus. Other cases are in Rush in Atchison Counties.
A Franklin County judge has ruled DNA experts can use all the evidence samples in the case of a 28-year-old man charged with killing four people at a farm in eastern Kansas.
The Kansas Head Start Association says more than 400 fewer children will be able to take part in Head Start programs in Kansas because of the recent mandatory federal budget cuts.
Despite objections from landowners and the city of Eudora, Douglas County commissioners have approved a sand pit mining operation.
On Wednesday, apartment owners returned security deposits. Some residents say they have challenges getting an address. Others say family and friends are giving them a temporary home.
A former employee of Garmin International has been charged with stealing more than $1 million worth of GPS devices from the Kansas-based company.
Gov. Sam Brownback joined hands with a Topeka pastor to ring a silver bell to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Kansas arts advocates say the National Endowment for the Arts has restored $560,000 in grants to Kansas.
A Kansas labor economist says the state’s outlook continues to improve but that it will take three to five years to determine how much growth can be attributed to recent cuts in the state’s income tax rates.
Update // Wichita police say a drunk man who was hit last Tuesday night by a car has died.