Spotty rain showers across much of Kansas this past week were too little to improve drought conditions in western Kansas.
A 20-year-old man will be sentenced in August after pleading no contest to an assault on a female student at a University of Kansas dormitory.
A youth tennis coach from western Missouri has admitted soliciting nude photos from a minor after telling the girl he found her sexually interesting.
A federal judge has delayed the resentencing of two Texas brothers convicted of running a Kansas hunting camp where hunters paid thousands of dollars to illegally shoot deer.
Emergency management officials from across Kansas are convening this week for a two-day summit on disaster preparedness.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas advocacy group is planning a one-day seminar for businesses and human resources officers on domestic violence in the… More »
A basic conversation about family names, un-masked a deep hidden secret between two social studies professors at Hesston College and their ancestors, revealing a kinship that had been concealed for over 250 years until now.
Kansas utility regulators are considering new rules to require oil and natural gas companies to disclose some information about the chemicals they use in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Central Riverside and O.J. Watson are some of the largest parks in Wichita and now some of the features they’re known could be affected by city budget cuts.
The city of Independence has declared a water emergency after a powerful thunderstorm knocked out power to the local treatment plant.
Update // Authorities say a 29-year-old woman died when she was hit by a vehicle while riding her bicycle.
An 89-year-old Salina woman finally has some peace of mind, knowing that her daughter’s grave in Afghanistan has not been disturbed by the war in that country.
A steady stream of visitors has been filing into the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics in Lawrence to wish the former U.S. senator a happy 90th birthday.
The Kansas State Historical Society says the former Franklin Elementary School building is now one of about 1,300 Kansas sites on the national list of historically significant properties.
A 67-year-old veteran convicted of possessing grenades at his Eureka apartment is scheduled to be sentenced in October.