Republicans’ frustration with Donald Trump has reached new heights.
Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell warned lawmakers on Wednesday that her budget for fighting Zika is running out.
An Oxford House on the north side hopes to raise the maximum number of people living in it.
Firefighters in Hutchinson responded to a home explosion in the 1500 block of East Second.
A Mulvane business is stepping up to help residents of a mobile home park after they were handed a 30-day eviction notice Monday night.
London police say a woman has died and five others were injured in a knife attack in a central part of the city.
A 28-year-old man suspected in a fatal Des Moines shooting has been arrested in Kansas.
Kansas First District Congressman Tim Huelskamp will lose his seat after losing to his opponent in the August 2nd Kansas primary.
More than a dozen officers from various law enforcement agencies came together to better learn how to better resolve conflicts.
Some expect Governor Sam Brownback policies to be challenged in Topeka following elections.
White House denies $400 million cash payment to Iran was a “ransom” to free four Americans, characterizing the move as coincidental.
The board rejected parole for Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., 78, who planted a bomb outside Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church.
The Salvation Army received more than $61,000 worth of school supplies and donations through the program today.
Authorities say several shots were fired into an unoccupied patrol car belonging to the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s office
President Barack Obama on Wednesday cut short the sentences of 214 federal inmates