An affluent suburban Kansas City woman with a history of shoplifting has been ordered to spend a year and seven months in prison for the thefts.
Polling site changes will make it more confusing for more than 36,000 registered voters to cast a ballot in the race to fill the House seat vacated by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
President Trump told House Speaker Paul Ryan to stop the debate without a vote
Contenders for the vacant 4th District seat sparred over health care, Planned Parenthood
The bill would expand coverage to as many as 180,000 adults
The Republican from Kansas told a reporter “I wouldn’t want to lose my mammograms.”
The GOP plan to replace the Affordable Care Act could be shot down in Thursday’s vote
A KU football player who allegedly sexually assaulting the rowers has not been charged
The 24-year-old was ordered to just under 8 years in prison for the sexual abuse of a teenage girl
The potential Supreme Court justice says discussing personal views would suggest he’s “already made up my mind about cases.”
New reports say at least 17 homes caught fire during the blaze at the multimillion-dollar City Place development in Overland Park
The 10-month-old girl was left alone in a bathtub
The changes came three days before the House plans to vote on the bill
The death of a woman’s 7-year-old grandson is propelling her to become an advocate for reform of home-schooling.
Patients, doctors, and advocates are pushing to expand Kansas’ Medicaid system despite an ongoing effort in Washington to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Relatives of Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers say the Bears legend has been diagnosed with dementia. His wife, Ardythe Sayers, tells The Kansas City Star that her 73-year-old husband was diagnosed four years ago and she blames Sayers’ football career. He played for the Bears from 1965-71 after setting records at the University […]
The Justice Department is seeking to shut down a Kansas tax return preparer and his business.
A 2-year-old Kansas boy left for two hours Sunday in a hot car while his parents went to church services has been hospitalized with extreme heat exposure.
A renewable energy company is again facing opposition as it seeks one of the final pieces of regulatory approval needed to carry wind power from the nation’s heartland to the east.
Kansas legislators are advancing a proposal to give most state employees a 2 percent pay raise even as lawmakers wrestle with serious budget problems that could force a big tax increase.
Court-appointed attorneys for a Kansas man accused of plotting to bomb to an apartment complex filled with Somali immigrants have
asked a court to let them withdraw from the case.
The latest snapshot of Kansas crop conditions shows the lack of rain is hurting the state’s winter wheat crop.
Two brothers and two other Kansas City, Missouri, men are accused of abducting two people
“This story is FAKE NEWS and everyone knows it,” tweeted Trump on Monday morning
Officers sent the K9 after the suspect who walked outside with a gun in his waistband during a domestic disturbance
There’s been no indication on when the court might rule on the 3-year-old abortion case
Jayhawks pour in 50 points in the second half to pull away form Spartans.
The University of Kansas says reported crimes increased 2 percent from 2015 to 2016, led by an increase in theft and criminal damage to property cases.
Jayhawks use 27-4 run to end the first half to take command in opening round game.
Shockers defense was stout as they hold the Flyers to 31 percent shooting in first round win.
Wildcats shoot 38 percent against stingy Bearcat defense.
Truckloads of hay from South Dakota farmers are headed south to states where ranchers have been devastated by wildfires.
The former owner and operator of a Kansas City-area lab is accused in a federal indictment of illegally storing radioactive material at an industrial park, costing U.S. taxpayers $760,000 to clean up.
The cost of upgrading security at Kansas’ major mental hospitals in Osawatomie and Larned in order to avoid allowing concealed carry firearms in the building could reach $25 million.
The Kansas Supreme Court has cleared a major obstacle to the construction of a long-delayed coal-fired power plant in the state’s southwestern corner.
A Mexican national charged with killing a Kansas mother and kidnapping the victim’s newborn daughter has been ordered to stand trial
Sec. of State Rex Tillerson says all “options are on the table” regarding North Korea
Members of an alleged militia group are facing additional federal conspiracy charges
The university’s Office of Public Safety show officers handled 770 criminal cases in 2016, up from 757 in 2015
A $105M slash to the budget was shot down by a 33-7 vote
Gov. Sam Brownback marked today as Indian American Appreciation Day in Kansas.
The state Department for Aging and Disability Services says in-home services will suffer due to $42M in cuts
A man accused of being involved in multi-state lotto scam is being sued by Kansas
Senate President Susan Wagle is looking to trim fat from the state’s budget
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments Thursday in an abortion lawsuit that could set a national precedence
K-State attorneys argue that the assaults don’t fall under Title IX guidelines because they happened at off-campus frat houses
The budget would add $54B to defense spending by cutting funds from multiple programs and agencies
A body found in a car inside the Missouri River was determined to be 20-year-old Toni Anderson
Bethany improved its net operating assets from a negative $5.5 million in fiscal year 2015 to positive $77,000 last fiscal year.
During a brief court appearance Tuesday, a judge scheduled Sony Uk to appear for a preliminary hearing April 12.
Former Eagle is known for his run stuffing ability.
Officials identified the victim of the Tuesday morning incident as 61-year-old James Lay Jr., a worker for Kansas Personnel Services Inc.
The crowd shouted “Do Your Job!” and “That’s not true!” as Jenkins spoke on the GOP health care plan
Washburn grad and current U.S. Attorney for Kansas will stay in office for the time being
21-year-old LaDeisha Brown was convicted of taking a 15-year-old runway from Lawrence to Wichita for prostitution
Officer Brian Arterburn is scheduled to leave Wichita Monday for Colorado to begin the rehabilitation process
The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled in favor of two men who were charged with aggravated battery but said they were acting in self-defense
Investigators think the body is that of 20-year-old Toni Anderson, who’s been missing since Jan. 15
Jason Lesage had less than eight hours of freedom after escaping from Russell County Jail
Cats can’t hold onto halftime lead as Stokes three pointer is no good.
A juror noticed the Sedgwick County judge sleeping and questioned the whether the defendant would get a fair trail
22-year-old Michael Ross was found guilty in the death of his girlfriend’s 17-month-old daughter
The former pastor from New Jersey is charged with choking an infant he didn’t know
Brown leads Wildcats to big resume win over Baylor.
Jayhawks await their seeding on selection Sunday.
Wallace County High School will bring donations to their opponents in the state basketball tournament
The Kansas Dept. of Commerce is taking steps to bring satellite and space companies to the state
Pro-gun rights lawmakers are fighting efforts to repeal the campus conceal carry law
The heads an organization of parents who have children living and working outside India blames Trump’s speeches for attacks against Indians
Jones & Co. Auto Group was ordered to pay more than $6,000 to a customer whose car broke down 25 miles from the dealership
More than 860 miles of Comanche and Clark counties have been scorched
Trooper Tod Hileman says this situation was “one of the most steering-wheel-gripping moments” during his 20 years with the patrol
New estimates indicate the fires have torched more than 1,000 square miles of Kansas land
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris was released from Bates Co. Jail and has not yet been charged
The trial for three members of a militia group called ‘The Crusaders’ has been pushed back to June 13
Sen. Susan Wagle says Gov. Brownback is refusing to provide solutions to the state’s budget problems
Fewer people are expected to be covered under the proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act
The Kansas Senate will debate the bill Tuesday
Janetta Marie Buttery was sentenced to one year and four months for embezzling more than $100,000
The FBI is calling the Olathe bar shooting that left an Indian man dead a hate crime
The new executive order was signed and issued Monday morning
Lawmakers are pushing to expand access to drugs that could save the lives of overdose victims
The Baldwin City woman was found guilty of unlawful sexual relations, sexual exploitation of a child and promoting obscenity to minors
More than 1,200 acres had been scorched by Sunday afternoon
Five years later, Harveyville is still recovering from a tornado that leveled close to half of the town
An 18-year-old who pointed a gun at a sheriff’s deputy during a traffic stop last year died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound
The man accused of shooting a Kansas gas station clerk allegedly kidnapped 2 people in New Mexico
U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson did not indicate when she might make a decision
The pilot of the downed plane wasn’t heard from for at least hours after the crash
The 41-year-old Shawnee man was charged with reckless 2nd degree murder in the death of a 17-month-old baby
House and Senate leaders say the court’s decision reaffirms what lawmakers already knew about school funding
The victim was hit by two cars, coroners couldn’t determine which caused his death
Ian Grillot was shot and wounded while trying to stop the suspected gunman
Bobby Tallent entered the plea during a second hearing after the first was declared a mistrial and moved to a new venue
AG Sessions will step away from investigations following allegations he met with Russian officials during the presidential campaign
Brownback’s proposal to raise business registration fees did not earn Kobach’s support
The suspects are charged with mail theft, identity theft and bank fraud
Sessions says he has “no idea what this allegation is all about”
Sen. Pat Roberts has expressed frustration over the delay
Wildcats make six consecutive free throws to top TCU.