A federal judge has entered a preliminary order of forfeiture against a husband and wife accused of laundering drug money.
A Topeka business is accused of violating state law by disposing more than 34,000 documents in public dumpsters.
Water from the pipe flooded portions of the museum’s exhibition space, but no artifacts were touched.
Gov. Brownback has approved a verbal State of Disaster Emergency declaration to facilitate state emergency response operations.
Shooting took place in the 1600 block of west Maple between Seneca and Meridian.
The latest on an ice storm moving into the nation’s midsection
Crews across the state of Kansas spent Thursday preparing for a winter storm.
Kansans preparing in advance for weekend winter storm.
Students can now move into the residence halls a day early on Saturday at noon.
The incoming ice storm could bring hazards, whether you’re at home or in your car.
A state official says Kansas should no longer be considered a “low-debt” state.
A Reno County family is suing their neighbors, contending that a March 2015 wildfire contributed to a family member’s death.
If the merger is approved, Westar and KCP&L will become a single electric company straddling the Kansas-Missouri border.
Gov. Brownback is proposing to freeze the state’s annual contributions to public pensions for three years instead of increasing them.
Federal prosecutors say Juwaun Jackson was sentenced Thursday in the September 2015 death of 16-year-old Kenyon Givens Jr.