A Junction City man was sentenced to one year of probation for killing his girlfriend’s cat by stuffing cigarettes and cotton swabs down its throat.
Attorneys for the suspects accused in the capital murder of a Valley Center couple were in court Friday for a motions hearing.
Freezing drizzle is causing roads around the Wichita area to become slick.
James Taylor and his band are coming to INTRUST Bank Arena Friday, June 20.
A Clyde resident says he plans to run as a Republican against incumbent Congressman Tim Huelskam
Kansas Highway Patrol troopers are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was hit by a car as he tried to cross Interstate 435 in Shawnee.
The secretary of the state wildlife department says a bill before the Kansas Senate that would remove two snakes from the state’s list of threatened species.
Flights between Topeka and Chicago at the Topeka airport drew a low number of customers in the first month of service.
A woman who was driving the wrong way on Interstate 70 in downtown Topeka collided head-on with a police car. No one was seriously injured.
The leading gay-rights group in Kansas is asking legislators to repeal a state law and a provision in the state constitution that both ban same-sex marriage.
A Kansas man already serving a life sentence for sodomizing an infant faces a new trial for a courtroom attack on a prosecutor.
The agency that regulates utilities in Kansas is temporarily waiving its fee on excess propane storage.
Five Kansas groups have been awarded funds from the attorney general’s office to help victims of human trafficking.
Next month, Terry Loewen goes on trial. Prosecutors accuse him of plotting to blow up Wichita’s airport but he was actually convicted of another crime at Mid-Continent years ago.
The agency that regulates utilities in Kansas is temporarily waiving its fee on excess propane storage in hopes of encouraging shippers to send more propane into the state.