An exhibit featuring some of the most important papers in U.S. history is on display through May 3 at the Eisenhower Presidential Museum.
Severe storms roll through south central Kansas Monday while snow fell in northwest Kansas.
The National Park Service is offering free bus tours of Topeka sites tied to the Bleeding Kansas era and the civil rights movement.
A Leavenworth woman whose conviction for involuntary manslaughter was overturned pleaded no contest to a lesser charge and was sentenced to time served.
The Hall Family Foundation has donated $2.7 million to support research at the University of Kansas’ Hall Center of Humanities.
A judge has agreed to delay sentencing for a Canadian man who was found in Michigan with a 12-year-old Kansas girl he met on the Internet.
A Kansas judge has ruled that a businessman and the family of a deceased investigator cannot use the investigator’s files on the 1959 Kansas murders that inspired the book “In Cold Blood.”
Taste and See is the newest addition to Stafford and it may look like a small-town coffee shop, but they serve more than just coffee and good food.
Several days of rain have been a mixed blessing for Kansas farmers and ranchers.
A new report says warmer temperatures are needed before Kansas farmers can assess the freeze damage to their winter wheat crop.
A man who owned a strip club in Salina has been sentenced to three years federal probation for filing false tax returns and underpaying his federal income taxes.
One of nine defendants in the shooting death of a Topeka woman during a botched robbery has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison.
A Kansas City, Kan., man accused of attempting to drown two children has pleaded guilty to reduced charges.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation creating a new center at the state’s medical school for researching potential cures using adult stem cells.
A new law that is designed to strengthen efforts in Kansas to combat human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of young women has been signed by Gov. Sam Brownback.