Prosecutors have portrayed Brett Seacat as a killer who used his law enforcement training to forge a suicide note before shooting his wife, Vashti Seacat.
A 16-year-old Douglas County girl is spending this summer working on her skills. But instead of brushing up on courses like other high school students, Molly Ogden is relearning how to walk and talk after suffering a stroke last fall.
Important but relatively unnoticed provisions in the tax plan approved by Kansas legislators this year embody conservative Republicans’ vision for long-term constraints on government spending.
After a week of near perfect weather rain Saturday night was about the only thing that went wrong with this year’s RiverFest.
Dodge City Community College Foundation has gotten the green light from a federal agency to develop a community safe room project.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A state agency is seeking proposals for using $2 million in state funding for rural moderate-income housing.
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Doctors at the University of Kansas Hospital have saved an infant with a rare, life-threatening condition by using surgical superglue.
Don’t speak English and you’ve got an emergency? No problem. 911 in Sedgwick County has a language line, and it’s fast.
The most visible member of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s staff is leaving next month to become the state Lottery’s deputy director.
A body is discovered in Southeast Wichita and police believe he may have died while trying to steal copper wire.
A Kansas State University researcher says the prolonged North American drought is taking a toll on some species of fish, affecting their long-term viability.
Topeka police say a 36-year-old woman with severe physical disabilities drowned in a whirlpool bath at a group home.
A 26-year-old man was sentenced to 120 days in prison for a wrong-way accident that killed a man in downtown Kansas City.
State universities are facing massive budget cuts from the state so now they’re looking to the students to make up some of those funds.