Police say the kidnapping was not a random event
A military prison psychologist is refusing to recommend that Chelsea Manning’s gender be officially changed to female
Mason continues his stellar play as he pours in 30.
Wade leads Wildcats with 19 points.
K-state’s Willis earns Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year.
Kansas economists predict the state will have a higher unemployment rate than the nation beginning in 2018
Berry’s two interceptions result in 9 points as Chiefs win in Atlanta.
The only planned public hearing on the biggest utility merger in Kansas history is scheduled for Monday in suburban Topeka
The accident occurred Saturday night on U.S. 81 north of Wellington
Wichita police are investigating a report that a student had a handgun at a school bus stop earlier this week
Employers added 174,000 jobs last month, keeping the unemployment rate below 5%
This was the first monthly report since officials slashed the state’s official revenue projections
The suspect received probation for solicitation of a sex act involving a 14-year-old girl & interference with a law enforcement officer
Brown paces way for Wildcats as they cruise over the Phoenix.
Three members of a Kansas militia group called The Crusaders will appear in court April 25
The fire was close to Kansas City International Airport; no flights were affected
Vick has career high in easy win over Long Beach State.
Residential customers of Kansas Gas Service will soon pay an additional $1.25 a month
The cameras took photos of people wearing costumes pretending to be lions wrestling, a gorilla and other various monsters
The woman told police she let her boyfriend slice her arm and drink the blood and warned an investigator that she has the potential to become a serial killer.
Five survivors were found among the wreckage
Early reports indicate several people have been injured in the shooting
Tens of thousands of emails to electors crashed the Republican Party’s servers
A suspect was shot and killed by police after attacking an officer with a blunt object
Chiefs defense and special teams help take down Broncos.
The woman had been missing since Wednesday
The suspects are aged 26 and 15
A Kansas City, Kansas, police officer and a Wyandotte County deputy are on unpaid leave after being accused of child endangerment and weapons counts
No injuries or damage were reported after a 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck northern Oklahoma on Friday morning
Celebrity portraits include depictions of “Fahrenheit 451” author Ray Bradbury, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, actor Julie Andrews and celebrity Whoopi Goldberg
A witness said three men approached he and the victim before shooting the teen
The officer is said to be hospitalized and in stable condition
Carol Brady, the ever-cheerful mom residing over “The Brady Bunch,” died at 82 years old
Yesenia Sesmas was in the country illegally when she was released from a Kansas jail this summer
The state is facing a $350 million budget shortfall
Scott Roeder will be eligible for parole after 25 years
The declaration will allow the National Guard to assist the SE Kansas town of Neodesha after an explosion contaminated the water supply
David Patrick McNabb is charged with killing his 65-year-old uncle and 87-year-old great aunt
Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts says the 168-foot “Verruckt” will eventually be torn down
Lili Gagin denies that she made the offensive post
Yesenia Sesmas said in a jailhouse interview that she didn’t intend to kill the mother of the child she abducted
In a meeting with Donald Trump, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach suggested a registration system for certain immigrants
Police say the woman faked a pregnancy and allegedly kidnapped a baby whose mother was found shot to death in Wichita
An organizer says police used water cannons, rubber bullets and pepper spray on protesters
Shegufta A. Huma, a senior majoring in political science from Bel Aire, will study refugees and forced migration
Police say a suspect has been killed and an officer wounded near Kansas City, Missouri, after the suspect pulled out a handgun during a struggle
18-year-old Daqon Sipple was sentenced Friday for his role in a drive-by shooting that killed a KCK police officer
Chiefs home winning streak is snapped in loss to Bucs.
Kobach’s office not confirm details of the Sunday’s meeting
The Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services issued a request for proposals on Monday to run Osawatomie State Hospital
The court seeks $20 million to improve the pay of judges and court employees, who are being paid less than peers in other states.
The official wasn’t authorized to disclose the decisions ahead of Trump’s announcement and insisted on anonymity
Authorities are investigating after an employee died at an industrial plant in Great Bend
The Republican congresswoman also has opportunities work with Republican majorities in both chambers of Congress and GOP President-elect Donald Trump
New Kansas State University President Richard Myers has reiterated his opposition to allowing concealed weapons on state college campuses starting next year
A search of the terror suspect’s cell found papers with references to “a small man team” overtaking the jail and cutting power to it
Jayhawks use strong second half to take down top ranked Blue Devils.
A military court convicted Manning in 2013 of leaking more than 700,000 secret military and State Department documents to WikiLeaks
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review a nonprofit group’s lawsuit claiming that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism. The high court on Monday rejected a petition from a nonprofit Kansas group calling itself Citizens for Objective Public Education. The decision came without comment. The group sought a review by the high […]
Closing arguments are scheduled Monday in a criminal case that indirectly involves a Kansas law seeking to prevent federal prosecution of anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state. Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler are on trial in U.S. District Court in Wichita on federal firearms violations. Cox is the owner of Tough […]
Heather Jones “truly, from the bottom of my heart,” sorry for not protecting the child from his father, who is also charged in the death
41-year-old Timothy Taylor walked away from the minimum-security prison on Friday
The fully-retained court will now focus on cases involving education funding, capital punishment and abortion
Hoosiers connect on 15 threes to pull off the upset.
Authorities say two suspected shoplifters in a stolen car were killed in south-central Kansas when they crashed into a tractor-trailer during a chase by police. Police say the crash happened shortly after 9 a.m. Friday near Hutchinson. The victims’ names were not immediately released. Police say three people who used fraudulent credit cards to buy […]
Legislative researchers projected budget shortfalls totaling $1.1 billion through June 2019
President Barack Obama has met with President-elect Donald Trump to discuss transition
Kobach says he has no expectation of a role in Trump’s eventual administration
The personal info of more than 2,100 vets in Colorado and Kansas may have been compromised
Only 41 percent of Kansas students met or exceeded grade-level reading standards
A baby sitter who left the body of a Wichita toddler in a field has been charged with interfering with a police investigation
Clinton will speak to staff and supporters at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday
The suspect led police on a high-speed chase, crashed and then attacked the deputy
Trump’s victory shocked political professionals and global financial markets alike
Races for the Kansas Legislature and votes on retaining state Supreme Court justices have become a referendum on Republican Gov. Sam Brownback
The latest on the election in Kansas
Trump is expected to win easily in Kansas, where a Democrat hasn’t claimed victory since 1964
The political action committee of the Kansas State Rifle Association says its automated phone pitch urging voters to oust “anti-gun” Kansas Supreme Court justices is based on past statements but not on any court rulings. In the automated call, the Kansas State Rifle Association PAC warns that federal courts in the state are moving to […]
The Defense Department has identified three soldiers, one from Lawrence, Kan., killed in a shooting this week outside a military base in Jordan
3rd District Democratic candidate Jay Sidie was told he was campaigning too close to a voting site
Chiefs continue their winning ways at arrowhead.
Counterterrorism investigators are reviewing reports of potential attacks on New York, Texas and Virginia
A campaign to unseat a majority of the Kansas Supreme Court’s members has likely prompted more than a $1 million in total spending by groups opposing and supporting the justices
The dredging project began over concern that water supply needs in the region couldn’t sustain a drought
The FBI has acknowledged the incident, but declined to comment otherwise
A nonpartisan political research group says Kansas Rep. Kevin Yoder has taken nearly $250,000 from payday loan businesses
Zobrist earns MVP as he drives in winning run
The injuries are starting to pile up for the Chiefs before they face the Jaguars
Gov. Sam Brownback has publicly distanced himself from the judicial retention vote, but a campaign finance report links him to the ouster movement
This marks the state’s sixth consecutive monthly shortfall
After 108 years, what’s one more day? The Chicago Cubs are far from finished. They’re frothing. Addison Russell hit a grand slam and tied a World Series record with six RBIs, and Chicago took advantage of a huge early misplay in Cleveland’s outfield as the Cubs throttled the Indians 9-3 on Tuesday night in Game […]
Supporters across the U.S. are using Facebook in an attempt to confuse authorities in Morton County, North Dakota
The report coming Tuesday from the state Dept. of Revenue comes one week before Kansans hit the polls
Kansas voters can take selfies at polling places, but not of the actual ballot
The University of Kansas Student Senate is forming a group to explore issues that religious minorities face on campus
A south-central Kansas city has settled a federal lawsuit over accessibility for the disabled
The suspects are jailed on $300,000 bond
Chapman closes out the Indians to keep Cubs hopes alive.
Kansas City Improves to 5-2 with their third straight win.
Indians hold off Cubs in game three.