A state geologist says a limit on the injection of saltwater into the ground by oil producers coincided with less intense earthquakes.
El Dorado school district officials say an arrest has been made involving a threat at El Dorado High School.
The Wichita Police Department is one step closer to full implementation of body cameras for all patrol officers by the end of 2015.
Authorities are searching a wooded area in northwest Salina after a girl said she was abducted.
Police say a bicyclist has been injured in a hit-and-run crash in the Kansas City suburb of Shawnee.
Law enforcement in Hays trained on the college campus on Tuesday as part of an active shooter scenario.
The regents suspended the program in 2003 because of low enrollment and graduation numbers for it.
Authorities say a body was found in a vehicle at Fort Riley military base.
The combine was reported weaving from ditch to ditch on U.S. 56 highway.
An Olathe pet store has to follow a new set of guidelines after a state inspection found reports of a malnourished puppy at the store
Attorney General Derek Schmidt has obtained a court order that prevents the judiciary from having its funding cut off through mid-March.
Tonight, we’re taking a look at an issue that impacts parents of every school kid in Kansas.
Dr. Mirta Martin, in her second year as Fort Hays State University’s ninth president, is going to see the Pope.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper said the ignition source was a “little cap gun” the boy was using.
The area known as the north junction has been the source of traffic backups and bottlenecks for years.