Wichita police conducted a prostitution sting Thursday night.
President Barack Obama has used an appearance at a Ford Motor Co. plant near Kansas City to urge Congress to stop threats of a government shutdown and agree to raise the debt ceiling.
University of Kansas professor David Guth Friday morning commented after the university placed him on administrative leave.
Wichita police are investigating another case of child endangerment.
A 27-year-old Wichita man has been charged with injuring his infant son.
Despite a drop in the number of unemployment benefits being paid, the Kansas jobless rate remained stuck at 5.9 percent in August.
Gov. Sam Brownback and top state health officials will host the 2nd annual Kansas Obesity Summit on Sept. 30 in Topeka.
The last of nine defendants charged in the shooting death of a Topeka woman and the wounding of her partner has pleaded guilty.
A 74-year-old man is recovering from an accident at the Kansas State Fair that put him in the hospital.
Farm-state lawmakers hoping for passage of a farm bill by the end of the year will have to bridge a deep divide between the House and the Senate over the role of the government in helping the nation’s poor.
The University of Kansas has placed a journalism professor on leave because of a tweet he wrote this week after the Navy Yard shooting.
The Greensburg team is getting kudos for the program it’s rebuilt since the tornado six years ago.
The police department wants citizens to hold block parties on October 1 as a way to know their neighbors and fight crime.
Carl Shaffer thought he was helping his grandson get out of jail in a foreign country. He lost ten grand and wants you to hear his horrific story of loss.
Some child advocates believe abuse can be the result of parents losing their temper because a child won’t quit crying. So what do you do when you find yourself on the edge?