Men stomp out domestic and sexual assault against women in Barton County, through the 4th annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event.
A man was critically injured in car crash in Great Bend and had to flown to Wichita.
Authorities in Saline County are searching for those responsible for cemetery vandalism.
Officers visited the homes of 572 offenders in Wichita.
An alert neighbor helped police arrest three people accused of stealing copper from a vacant nursing home.
Gov. Sam Brownback says Kansas legislators need to quickly approve $202 million in new bonds for a new, national biosecurity lab because of the federal government’s ongoing budget problems.
President Obama has formally declared a major disaster from the February snowstorms in Kansas.
Gov. Sam Brownback says he’s asked the Kansas higher education system to take on additional work, and it deserves to avoid cuts in state funding.
The judge ruled Friday that Antonio M. Brown Sr. will instead go to trial on first-degree murder and child abuse charges in the October 2011 death of Clayden Lee Urbanek in Salina.
A judge has begun contempt proceedings against a Haysville nurse convicted in a moneymaking conspiracy linked to 68 overdose deaths.
The Kansas Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling in 2012 by a state tax court affirming a property tax exemption for a Canadian company building the Keystone XL pipeline.
Kansas Honor Flight would like people to be waving American flags at the airport as World War II veterans returns from a trip to Washington, DC.
Wichita police arrested two men and one woman for several mail box thefts Thursday evening.
Kansas’ share of tobacco settlement funds has come in higher than expected for the second year in a row, prompting a debate in Topeka over where the extra money should go.
A Wichita middle school student is in hot water for bringing what appeared to be a handgun onto a school bus. Police say that gun turned out to be an airsoft gun.