A middle-school football coach accused in the kidnapping and killing of a 10-year-old girl in southwest Missouri plans to plead not guilty.
A new report ranks the popularity of winter wheat varieties in Kansas.
A Topeka couple and their new family are stranded near the violence that has erupted in Ukraine.
A Kansas House committee is considering a bill that would allow state residents to renew their driver’s licenses for eight years, rather than the current six years.
Two suspects have been arrested in the homicide from Friday morning in which a man was found shot in his car outside of work.
Some Dodge City public schools closed when they lost power this morning.
Many people actually consider the safety rules of “stranger danger” antiquated. There are new ideas how to keep our kids safe.
There is still more than 5 months to go until Kansans go to the polls in the primary election but Roberts and Wolf are already trading blows on the airwaves.
The state of Kansas recently spent more than 70 million dollars to create new jobs but who gets the money is not made clear to the public?
They proudly served their country and now some wounded warriors are getting a weekend getaway to go hunting with Pheasants Forever.
Coming off a three win season, the Circle High School boy’s basketball team has tripled its win total from a year ago. They’ve done it in part with a standout player that returned from the brink of paralysis.
While some businesses were able to get back up and running quickly after the power outage that lasted several hours this morning, others weren’t so lucky.
The former director of a southern Kansas senior center has been sentenced to 60 days in jail and ordered to repay $53,000 he took from the city-owned center.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill adding cellphone numbers to the state’s no-call law for telephone solicitors.
St. Francis was forced to reschedule some surgeries due to the power outage.