Jordan Black says a couple of his friends didn’t want to join him in Old Town this weekend.
An 8-year-old boy has been injured in a drive-by shooting in suburban Overland Park.
Two photocopied pieces of paper taped to the front door of the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site is letting visitors in Topeka know the building is closed because of the federal government shutdown.
The Kansas Department of Education says a summer program served more than 1 million meals to needy children while public schools were out of session.
Gov. Sam Brownback is urging communities to fight obesity, saying people are eating themselves to death.
Dramatic cellphone video showing several minutes of the Old Town shooting is on the internet and tonight investigators are hoping it will be enough to track down the gunman.
A southern Arkansas man has been sentenced in Missouri for a $257,000 fraud scheme that involved switching bar codes on items at Wal-Mart stores and selling the merchandise on eBay.
A new report says Kansas collected slightly less in taxes than expected in the first quarter of the fiscal year, but officials believe the shortfall may actually be a positive economic sign.
To keep night life as safe as possible in Old Town, police are bringing back an existing security plan.
The suspect in last year’s fatal shootings of two people at a Dollar General store in Wichita is going on trial.
Eric Lee Strait, 24, formerly of Concordia, was sentenced to 28 months in federal prison.
Bond has been set at $1 million for a man charged in the January 2012 shooting death of a Topeka developer.
Wichita police arrested two people Sunday night for attempting to break into cars.
Two people are in custody after Kansas Highway Patrol officers stopped a car Sunday evening near Kansas City, Kan., only to discover two more people locked in the vehicle’s trunk.
The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is speaking about military families at Kansas State University.