A Kansas man will spend at least 25 years in prison for the rape of a young girl who told police she was repeatedly abused over a period of years.
Charges were filed Thursday in the rape and robbery of a 76-year-old woman.
Record-breaking heat is settling in over parts of western Kansas, and there’s concern that gusting winds could create a fire hazard.
A new government forecast for the size of the 2013 Kansas winter wheat crop reflects improvements amid the state’s wet spring weather.
Superman, the inventor of basketball, legendary 1970s rock band Kansas and the 1st Kansas Colored Infantry Regiment are among the 2013 class of inductees in the Kansas Hall of Fame.
Racy website “KU Boobs,” told to stop selling merchandise with university logo.
Gov. Sam Brownback has scheduled two ceremonies to sign a tax bill that makes additional cuts to the Kansas income tax rate while lowering the sales tax rate.
A former jailer has sued the Ellis County Sheriff’s Department claiming he was fired as retaliation for reporting a co-worker who repeatedly used a stun gun on a handcuffed inmate.
The district attorney’s office will decide if a Sedgwick County inmate will face charges over a comment made about rioting the toilet paper rule.
A tractor worth $48,000 was stolen from a shed sometime Saturday.
A commission that evaluates medical transport services has placed the accreditation of a Wichita, Kan.,-based company on hold following the third crash of one of its medical helicopters in Oklahoma since 2010.
Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputies apprehended a 41-year-old woman after chasing a family on K-42.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is refusing to provide money to help rebuild the small Texas town where a deadly fertilizer plant explosion leveled numerous homes and a school, and killed 15 people.
Several Kansas cities had record highs Tuesday.
A vehicle hit a tree and the driver died at the scene.