Alert says terrorist groups can pose unpredictable threats in public venues.
State Rep. wants committee to investigate prosecutor for misconduct.
Radical environmentalists found in contempt of court for continuing campaign against Japanese whalers.
Spokesman says North Korea knows how to prove it's not responsible for the hacking.
Police say Petty McMillan shot his wife and two sons.
Number of oil and natural gas rigs in U.S. fell by 18 this week.
Obama says it would not lower gasoline prices and argued more jobs would be created by repairing America's infrastructure.
Budget director: Brownback doesn't plan to divert funds from the state's public pension system again to help close budget shortfalls.
Brownback says he is working on proposals to improve the long-term financial health of KPERS.
Obama: we can't have a society in which "some dictator some place can start imposing censorship in the United States.''
A 20-year-old Lawrence woman charged with killing her 52-year-old roommate will go on trial in March.
KC Santa charged with failing to register as a sex offender.
Judge decides chemical test wasn't necessary to establish guilt of a DUI.
A new report says the financial condition of banks in Kansas has greatly improved.
A trial's been set in Wichita in the bizarre case of a Mexican man accused of legally changing a U.S. citizen's name to his own.
Westar Energy says it's no longer charging almost $3 to customers who pay bills with credit or debit cards.
The Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association says the low prices are causing many companies to re-evaluate their drilling plans.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe is seeking the death penalty for 74-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller.
The online retail giant rolled out the service, known as Prime Now, to select areas of Manhattan on Thursday.
KDOT considers adding flashing beacon to interchange in north Shawnee County.
The funeral of a 10 year old boy, who police say was killed by his mother, will take place Saturday.
Wichita has a new website where residents can track city snow plow locations.
There's another nail in the coffin for a Topeka state government building set for demolition - bedbugs.
The City Council has learned the city staff isn't expected to recommend a prospective buyer for the racing venue until Jan. 6.
Agreement includes release of American and three Cubans.
Cuba releases American prisoner.
Premiere of "The Interview" canceled due to threats.
148 killed at school in Pakistan.
The new Kansas House Minority Leader replacing Paul Davis is shoring up his staff as the next legislative session approaches.
Rumors people angry over a 16-year-old's shooting death might seek retaliation prompt increased police presence at a Kansas high school.
A homeless man loses almost everything, including a prosthetic leg, in a fire he inadvertently started at the storage building he was living in.
Westar Energy says it'll purchase power from a wind farm to meet a state renewable-energy mandate which some legislators want to repeal.
Billy Davis Jr. will be formally sentenced on February 13th for the murder of 8-year-old Aliyah Irvin.
The Montgomery County district attorney says police found 35-year-old Bradley William Stone's body near his home.
Authorities say five longhorn cows and a bull, worth at least $10,000, were recently taken from a pasture in southeast Kingman County.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is making definitive moves indicating he may run for President.
Both want petitioners to secure $45.6 million in bonds if stay is granted.
The Barber County Sheriff hasn't released the woman's identity or a possible cause of death.
Oskar Groening is charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
Police say thieves hit at least 10 homes, stealing mostly Christmas decorations.
The synthetic drug business generated at least $16 million in sales in less than two years.
Obama says Murthy will start right away to ensure every American has necessary information to keep their families safe.
A south-central Kansas woman has been taken into custody on suspicion that she killed her 10-year-old son.
The University of Kansas Endowment has reached a $1.2 billion fundraising goal two years ahead of schedule.
The defense in the Billy Davis Jr. capital murder trial says Davis is mentally ill and should not be sentenced to death.
Study shows productivity is maximized when daily high temperature hits between 65 and 70 degrees.
It's still unclear how many hostages were injured during the standoff.
Tornado and snow in Kansas on same day.
Man admitted he mailed 21 death threats with white powder over 15 years to U.S. Sen. John McCain, a local high school and others.
Community leaders in Northeast Kansas want the Army to spare Fort Leavenworth from required military job cuts by 2020.
A Kansas obesity specialist who co-authored the “Atkins Diabetes Revolution” has been sentenced to three years and five months in […]
The European air control agency Eurocontrol says London airspace has been closed due to a computer failure. Officials at London […]
A jury has convicted one of the men accused of stealing a wedding ring and other items from a dying […]
Railcar explodes injuring 6 in Atchison.
The city of Topeka and the school district have agreed on the number of city police officers that will work in the district's schools.
A Shawnee County District Court’s convicted Billy Frank Davis Jr. of murder, and the defendant will be sentenced Friday morning.
Four new board members have been elected to the Topeka Community Foundation.
The Kansas Legislature's nonpartisan research staff says Governor Sam Brownback's plan to close a massive budget shortfall mostly pushes the problem into the next fiscal year.
In an effort to shield a state agency head from litigation over its gay marriage ban, Kansas has started issuing gender-neutral marriage forms.
The Kansas Corporation Commission and natural gas companies are working together to find a way to replace aging gas pipes in a less expensive way.
Authorities say six people have been injured after a fuel-filled railcar exploded near the northeast Kansas town of Atchison.
Top U.N. officials are talking about prosecution for U.S. officials and CIA agents who authorized or carried out torture of terror suspects in the years that followed the 9/11 attacks.
A humanitarian group says about a third of immigrants deported from the U.S.-Mexico border don't recover belongings that were seized during their arrest.
Five Kansas residents are facing federal charges accusing them of counterfeiting or trying to pass fake $100 bills.
Police say there was an accident on every major bridge along the Kansas River and I-70 this morning from slick […]
Mississippi woman burned to death.
Police are seeking help to identify whoever stole items from the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame's collection.
Gov. Brownback outlines plan to address budget shortfall.
Police say a Maryland teenager eating a pot brownie in class panicked when his teacher asked him for a piece […]
Prairie Village wants to reduce use of plastic bags.
An economist who advised the Obama administration on health care is apologizing to Congress for his “thoughtless” remarks that Republicans […]
Hallmark Cards Inc. has removed blue and silver gift wrap from circulation after a customer complained that she saw a […]
Wichita police say a 20-year-old man has been arrested after placing a loaded, cocked gun in a car seat with his infant daughter.
A person was transported to a hospital with non life threatening injuries Sunday night after being stabbed multiple times in southeast Topeka.
A small, private jet has crashed into a house in Maryland’s Montgomery County, and a fire official says at least […]
The White House says U.S. embassies are preparing for a greater security risk with the release of a long-anticipated report […]
The City of Topeka Monday released a statement saying it will pay the demolition bill. —————– Relatives of an 18-year-old […]
Man shoots would-be home intruder.
The Topeka police department has ended its reserve program, which allowed trained volunteers to carry firearms and help stop crime […]
Gov. Sam Brownback is moving forward on a plan for the state's long-term water supply, which would requires large funding.
Six people were hospitalized and released after an SUV struck a car near the border of Sedgwick and Butler counties..
Police are investigating the death of a woman shot in a Lowe's Home Improvement store parking lot in Kansas City, Kansas.
The highest military court this week hears a case involviing a Kansas airman accused of aggravated assault for exposing multiple sex partners to HIV at swinger parties in Wichita.
Mental health workers at Osawatomie State Hospital are concerned about a new Kansas policy limiting psychiatric patients.
Gun manufacturer Remington has settled a lawsuit by replacing triggers on millions of popular fire arms.
Kansas City Police say an SUV involved in the death of a teenager outside a Somali community center had an anti-Muslim message in its rear window.
A Wichita minister says she frightened by death threats after performing 15 same-sex marriages on the Sedgwick County Courthouse steps.
A 76-year-old former debate coach convicted of molesting a foreign student is set to be released from prison.
American Luke Somers and a South African hostage being held by terrorists in Yemen were murdered during a failed rescue attempt.
Planned Parenthood's dropped its lawsuit against Kansas over a website requirement for abortion providers.
Four school districts suing Kansas over education funding want Caleb Stegall, the just sworn in state supreme court justice, to remove himself from the case if it make it to the high court.
After three decades, Pittsburg State University's finally getting a replacement Performing Arts Center, and no expense was spared.
Caleb Stegall took his seat on the Kansas Supreme Court Friday after serving as a lower-court judge and as a top aide to Gov. Sam Brownback.
Click Here to Watch NASA’s new Orion spacecraft made a “bull’s-eye” splashdown in the Pacific on Friday following a dramatic […]
The FBI is investigating the death of a Kansas City teenager who died when he was intentionally struck by an […]
A former Kansas school counselor was sentenced to almost 14 years for the rape of a 13-year-old male student. Brooke […]
Police arrest suspect in carjacking and stabbing of a car dealer employee.
U.S. employers hired at the strongest pace in nearly three years in November, adding 321,000 jobs, the latest sign the […]
A special session's planned by the Kansas Supreme Court Friday to swear Caleb Stegall in as its newest justice.
An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court. Daniel Parker was […]