A man involved in a convenience store robbery that set off a chain of events leading to the death of a Kansas State University researcher has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran is planning to meet with business leaders and hospital administrators in south-central Kansas.
A federal judge has narrowed Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against a new Kansas abortion law to a single requirement dealing with providers’ websites.
Topeka has landed the World Horseshoe Pitching Championships for 2015.
A dog is credited with saving its owner from a northeast Kansas house fire that authorities are investigating as arson.
A new report estimates that Kansas farmers took in 328 million bushels of winter wheat this season, down 14 percent from last year.
The first day of school at College Hill Elementary will be delayed because of Monday’s fire. USD 259 announced plans to relocate students to the former Bryant Elementary.
State officials insist the Kansas Legislature’s coming special session to fix the state’s “Hard 50″ law is crucial for heading off a major threat to public safety.
18-year-old Samantha Hosie died from the accident late Friday night.
Suspect shot during chase with law enforcement officers.
Crews have recovered the body of 14-year-old Steven Burrow.
Two longtime Kansas State University supporters have donated $10 million to support a new building for the school’s College of Business Administration.
A critic of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline says the ex-prosecutor has the right to renew his Kansas law license while a ruling from the Supreme Court on his conduct is pending.
Some foreign teachers recruited to work in Kansas schools are facing the possibility having to return home because of problems with their applications for permanent residency.
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