A retrial for a 31-year-old man charged in a Lawrence apartment killing has ended in another hung jury.
A white University of Kansas professor is on paid leave after using a racial slur during a class discussion about race.
Weather extremes are reigniting Kansas farmers’ interest in planting cover crops.
Wichita Police detectives are investigating physical injuries that left a five-month-old girl with bleeding on her brain.
A former board member for a northeast Kansas chamber of commerce has been charged with embezzling from the organization.
There’s a push to increase the legal age to buy tobacco to 21, in cities across Kansas.
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake rattled northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas Friday afternoon.
Operation Holiday is helping to feed people and now pets during the holidays.
On Tuesday, two alpacas were found dead in the backyard of Justin Antrim’s father’s home. Their deaths may be related to wild dogs.
A Topeka City Council member and his wife have been charged with abusing some of the 16 children in their care.
The Kansas State Fair Board Friday announced a new general manager of the Kansas State Fair.
United Methodist Churches in Kansas and Nebraska Friday announced plans to assist Syrian refugees who are looking to resettle in the U.S.
Officials say a USD 465 Winfield employee was arrested on the charge of felony theft.
Lawmakers say it’s unlikely. City wants a larger cut of local county-wide sales tax, citing an antiquated 1985 law they say does not work.
Wichita police are investigating after two Wichita businesses were robbed by a suspect with a machete.