The 53-year-old doctor was initially charged April 23 in a criminal complaint that linked his clinic to drug overdoses by active-duty Fort Riley soldiers.
The Kansas attorney general says Kansas residents turned in a record five tons of unused medications in the National Drug Take-Back Day.
A small airplane has crashed in northeast Kansas, and its pilot was taken by helicopter to an area hospital with serious injuries.
Shawnee County District Court Judge Evelyn Wilson ordered Ray Anthony Miles on Wednesday to pay more than $4,500 to the station and an insurance company.
Federal prosecutors have charged three people with a brazen freight trucking scheme that spanned the country.
Hundreds of classified employees of Kansas State University are discussing whether to no longer be civil service employees.
A 39-year-old Topeka man has been sentenced to about 10 years in prison for a November 2011 home invasion in which he burned a woman with a heated knife blade.
Saline County commissioners say the county’s juvenile detention center will be closed through the end of the year, and might close permanently.
Participants in the Kansas winter wheat tour are finding less freeze damage than had been expected during the first leg of the 2013 event.
A three-judge panel ruled that 15 legislators, business leaders and voters achieved enough of their goals in the redistricting lawsuit to warrant having at least part of their attorneys’ fees and expenses covered.
Kansas revenue officials say the state collected nearly what was expected for April, missing projections by less than $5 million.
Voters in the south-central Kansas town of Nickerson have said no to starting a full-time police department.
A Kansas high school principal who barred a member of the Air Force from escorting his sister to prom has apologized, saying the intent was not to dishonor him.
The “National Take Back” initiative, sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration in cooperation with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office was held on Saturday.
A school district in suburban Wichita has decided to stop random drug tests of students who participate in extracurricular activities.