A tip led the Abilene Police Department to find the bear in a Salina garage.
Bandt Haehn, who worked for the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, was accused of soliciting sex from co-worker.
The new leader at the Kansas Department for Children and Families has promised a thorough review of the state’s foster care system.
The university announced the gift from William Bradley Jr. to the KU Endowment on Wednesday.
The deputy who shot and killed William Holmes believed another officer was in danger.
Authorities say Brett Hageman was burnt in fire that he started to stay warm.
The Kansas Mission of Mercy clinic is planned for February 9 and 10.
Randy Gibson was fatally shot by another man who lived in the same house.
41-year-old Mahogany Jaelene Payne was sentenced on Friday.
Constitution Hall played an important role during the fight over whether Kansas would enter the Union as a free or slave state.
The professors have been placed on paid leave amid an investigation into the illegal recording of a nude or partially clothed person.
65-year-old Kent Lindemuth, who was charged with more than 100 counts of bankruptcy fraud, was found not guilty.
Chiefs get the run game going as Hunt rushes for 116 yards in the win.
Officials representing local governments voiced their concerns about the new law to an interim legislative committee Thursday.
State auditors will release another review of the program next week.
Spirit officials confirmed the death of Sammy Barnett in a statement Friday.
Twenty-year-old Keith Hawkins will serve life in prison without parole after entering the plea deal Friday.
Authorities have said the suspect confronted the deputy and eventually went for his gun.
Wise and Dineen Land on second team for AP’s all Big 12 team.
44-year-old Kelly Farr of Scott County was sentenced on Wednesday.
Lamonte McIntyre was offered a full scholarship to Metropolitan Community College.
Sedgwick County officials and opponents of the plant say they believe Tyson wouldn’t come to the county without an offer of tax breaks or other financial subsidies.
Thirty-six-year-old Demond Robins was sentenced Wednesday for conspiracy to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
The judge said prosecutor Terra Morehead threatened a witness and belatedly disclosed evidence.
The Shawnee County commissioners in August approved a nearly identical measure covering the county’s unincorporated areas.
The Kansas City Star reports the contempt order was removed Tuesday after officials said the requested records had been supplied.
He is the 20th candidate to emerge to replace term-limited Republican Gov. Sam Brownback.
Brown and Stokes combine for 32 points.
The charge against 20-year-old Maciah Long was dropped Tuesday after he agreed to plead no contest to marijuana possession.
Photos of Saturday’s parade show a horse blanket with a Confederate-flag design draped over a horse’s saddle.
Topeka City Council will take up the issue at a meeting Tuesday night.
The company is seeking $8.5 million for the headquarters.
La Nina is contributing to warm and dry weather conditions.
Johnson Co. police say they found marijuana leaves in a couple’s home, leading to a raid. The couple says they lied about the results.
CHS Inc. announced Friday that the Hutchinson plant was one of three it was closing as it moves out of soybean protein production.
The Capitol Preservation Committee is set to meet on Thursday.
Two separate shootings in Wichita happened on Sunday, leaving two dead and one injured
Jets convert on 13 of 20 third downs to keep drives alive as they outscore Kansas City.
The panel’s 11 members include the Senate majority and minority leaders and the chairs of the House and Senate budget committees.
Lawmakers in both parties disagree with corrections officials that a lease-purchase agreement would be less expensive over time.
Kristina Myers filed a lawsuit Thursday alleging law enforcement officials used excessive force.
None of the three occupants in the car were seriously injured.
Frank Davila of Kansas City, Kansas, died on Wednesday morning after trying to fight off carjacker.
Doug Sellars allegedly embezzled $8,000, spending some of it on GPS devices to hide in his former mistress’ car.
Wade pours in 25 points and 11 rebounds ad Cats hold on.
The woman reported she was raped by two students in 2014 in a dorm room at the university in Lawrence.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports the trial revolved around the issue of consent.
Cargill also has biodiesel plants in Iowa Falls, Iowa, and Kansas City, Missouri.
The gift will create at least 30 matching scholarships.
The driver was pulled over for speeding while rushing the woman to the hospital.
Hays Police Chief Don Scheibler says a gas generator was found running inside the mobile home.
The PAC was formed in August and is working to establish its board and build a website.
Title IX lawsuits against the university were dismissed.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt sent letter to Brownback sharing the news.
The shooting occurred around 11 a.m. on Sunday morning.
Two deaths were reported on Saturday and two on Sunday.
Defense holds Bills to 268 yards of offense but offense can’t get the big score.
Family members report being asked to sign blank pages in care plans.
Ferel disappeared after going on vacation with Rey in 2016.
Hawks have seven players go for double figures led by Azubuike’s 21.
Airbnbs are privately owned residences that serve as a kind of bed and breakfast.
Hispanic and Latino students now make up 6.6 percent of enrollment at state universities. The percentage of black students remains at just 4.1 percent of enrollment.
Wildcats shot at the buzzer to tie is too strong.
The four teenagers ranging in ages from 17 to 18 are in custody.
Banning the open carry of firearms in certain government buildings is allowed under state law provided the appropriate signs are posted.
Colyer, like Brownback, a Republican, is among several candidates for governor in 2018.
Aaron Peck was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Analeece McHenry-Widmer.
Gina Meier-Hummel was announced as secretary for Kansas DCF.
An investigation concluded that Police Chief Shawn Peirano was acting in defense of another person.
Pope Francis has named the Rev. W. Shawn McKnight to lead the diocese in central Missouri.
Her attorney says the footage shows her husband was unarmed and obeying instructions.
Wildcats shoot 50 % from the field in win.
Police haven’t released the teen’s name and are investigating the shooting as a homicide.
The plant is being put on hold while Tyson moves forward with a project in Tennessee.
11-year-old Gabrield Alcala was sent to St. Francis Hospital in Wichita. His wounds are described as superficial.
Chiefs muster just three field goals and commit four turnovers.
Balanced attack allows Wildcats to cruise over UC Irvine.
Prices will depend on if group requires a podium, PA system or tables and chairs.
The leak comes just days before Nebraska regulators decide whether to allow the pipeline to pass through the state
The Wichita landlord is accused of smacking two female tenants on the buttocks and grabbing one woman’s breast
19-year-ol Rasool Samir continued to shoot baskets during the national anthem.
Sedgwick County deposited $566,088 into George James’ account.
The tax overhaul hit a roadblock Wednesday as Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin became the first Republican senator to say he opposes the legislation
A Jackson County District Court judge departed from a plea deal and added an additional seven years to Jacob Ewing’s sentence for multiple sex crimes
The articles accused the president of obstruction of justice, undermining the independence of the federal judiciary and other offenses.
The experiment was done as an effort to cure a man suffering Hunter syndrome, an inherited metabolic disease
The woman’s husband, who was living in the storage shed with her, a newborn and 2-year-old child, is being held on $1M bond
More than 1,850 children were taken from parents who use drugs during the fiscal year ending in June. Some lawmakers attribute that to tougher rules for state cash assistance
Hundreds of Kansas State University staff and students, along with Manhattan residents, gathered on campus for the event.
The gunman behind the shootings, one which took place at an elementary school, was killed by police
A former DCF official says she was told to shred notes and not document anything after a child’s death
Abilify MyCite, used to treat schizophrenia, is digitally enhanced to send a message to a wearable patch to ensure patients take the pill
Matthew Reynard was accused of taking thousands of dollars of equipment, such as a veterinary camera, from a university building in June
An attorney representing Dominique White’s family says Kansas law will only allow the slain man’s children to view the body cam footage
The suspects were injured in the Nov. 6 shootout with officers in the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force
About 150 para-educators have joined the Lawrence Education Association. That’s fewer than the 50% required to petition for unionization
Marquise Stokes was charged in connection with a fatal shooting that happened in 2015
24-year-old John Dewayne Jeffries faces a second-degree murder charge for allegedly shooting a Paola, Kansas man
The hearing dealing with a court-appointed official’s findings in the investigation of recording of attorney-client meetings at a federal prison in Kansas has been delayed until early next year.
Water levels at the Ogallala Aquifer, also known as the High Plains Aquifer, have rapidly declined over the last six years