Inmates teach dogs basic obedience and then the canines go to an organization that teaches them to be service dogs.
A 13-year-old northeast Kansas boy is recovering from minor burns on his face after another boy threw flaming hand sanitizer at him.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office is warning legislators that some laws they passed this year could lead to litigation costing the state more than $1.2 million over the next two years.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has ordered four suburban Kansas City trucking companies to stop operating after determining three of the companies were simply renamed versions of an unsafe company.
A Kansas official says the state expects to have results early next month from DNA testing done on remains from two men executed for the 1959 slayings that inspired Truman Capote’s classic book, “In Cold Blood.”
Conservative Republican senators are pushing back at Gov. Sam Brownback’s request that Kansas issue $202 million more in bonds to help finance construction of a federal biosecurity lab in Manhattan.
Kansas officials are considering parole for a 51-year-old man convicted of killing a 9-year-old boy and dismembering the body.
Salina Mayor Barb Shirley has joined a national group of mayors who support gay marriage.
A former Kansas police instructor charged with killing his wife is seeking to introduce evidence about her personal problems at his trial.
Drop off unused medicines during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday. There are drop-off sites across the country.
Relatives of two women kill by the same man 12 years apart are asking Kansas parole officials to keep him behind bars.
Police in northeast Kansas are investigating possible charges after a man called for help, saying he feared for his safety after he was unable to pay a prostitute for sex.
A senior airman in the Kansas Air National Guard is accused of lying about where she lives so she could fraudulently collect nearly $55,000 in travel reimbursements.
The Grand River in Grand Rapids, Mich., is expected to fall below flood stage today. And some of the people who were evacuated from their homes have been allowed to return.
A man who attacked several employees at a Topeka television station has been sentenced to eight years and four months in prison.