Alexander E. Blair stood silent at his arraignment Wednesday.
A federal magistrate has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a Topeka man charged with conspiracy in a plot to bomb Fort Riley.
Prosecutors say the couple created four fictitious companies to submit fraudulent invoices.
Participants in the annual Wheat Quality Tour are finding drought stress, stripe rust disease, winter kill and pest infestations.
Emporia State University has named a retired community college president to serve as its interim president.
An arrest has been made in a case of animal cruelty out of Mulvane.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says crews are working on getting the truck upright on K-96.
Police dispatch say another armed robbery has taken place at the Verizon store near Kellogg and Greenwich.
The state allows public employees to retire but return to work and earn up to $20,000 a year while drawing their pension benefits.
A bill approved by the Kansas Senate would require legislators to sign off on the state’s plan.
Lawmakers are close approving a bill to make it easier for state agencies to move jobs out of the civil service system.
State health officials say the number of children ingesting juice used in e-cigarettes is on the rise.
On Wednesday, police say the victim in the shooting was trying to sell $1,600 worth of pot.
The Great Bend Police force is cracking down on illegal drugs. Their best tool is their drug dog Kia.
A former Catholic high school coach pleads guilty to charges of sex crimes with a child. Patrick Blevins was arrested in March.