A massive wind turbine base remained in the median of a northeast Kansas highway overnight after a semitrailer hauling it broke an axle and rolled.
Numerous fire crews responded to an apartment fire in Haysville Thursday afternoon.
Kansas legislators ended a special session without debating proposed changes in a law requiring new voters to provide proof of U.S. citizenship when they register.
The 60-mile line will connect a Westar Energy substation about five miles northeast of Assaria to ITC Great Plain’s substation.
Kingman County residents will vote next month on two tax proposals that would fund a new jail and law enforcement center.
Visitors to Garden City will continue to be prohibited from smoking in any hotel and motel rooms.
One office was engulfed in flames Wednesday night causing heavy smoke damage to other businesses in a strip mall.
Police say someone used a BB gun to shoot out the windows. They’ve taken about 30 reports of damage from areas in the north, west and south part of town.
A southeast Kansas sheriff is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a man sought in the wounding of a deputy.
A Missouri man has been ordered to stand trial in last year’s killing of a well-known dog breeder from Kansas City, Kan.
It was an important landmark for western pioneers traveling on the Santa Fé Trail, the Point of Rocks at the Dodge City limits which now holds the city’s welcome sign. A plan to widen the highway could mean its demise.
Wichita State volleyball assistant coach Jeff Sanders was suspended on Thursday.
Kansas officials say the state will join several others in letting a federal waiver that allows an estimated 20,000 Kansans to receive food assistance without keeping a job expire.
A 33-year-old Salina man is out more than $1,000 in a work scam but his loss could have been much worse.
A Kansas man who pleaded guilty to an Internet sex crime that took place while he was in the Kansas Sexual Predator Treatment Program at Larned State Hospital has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.