A Veteran Dodge City Biology teacher is getting free admission for life to several Kansas universities as well as $4,000 cash and a free rent car for a year as reward for being named Teacher of the Year.
Police in Topeka and KCK remain calm ahead of Ferguson Grand Jury Decision.
4th District U.S. Congressman Mike Pompeo wants congress to act swiftly to thwart President Obama's immigration plan, and says replacing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel won't solve a failed policy to deal with Islamic extremism.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says a Kansas man's received two life sentences in the shooting death of a woman and her unborn child in 2013.
The state’s investigation bureau is trying to determine if Kansas has a backlog of untested sexual assault kits. The Topeka […]
Food items needed for the Topeka Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
The American Farm Bureau says the average cost of a Thanksgiving meal this year is up slightly but still under $50.
A 34-year-old Kansas felon has been declared psychologically unfit for trial in federal court in the July armed robberies of […]
City officials and members of township boards in Shawnee County will meet Monday to discuss Topeka’s growth strategies.
A high school biology teacher from Dodge City High School is the 2015 Kansas Teacher of the Year.
This year's Miracle On Kansas Ave. offers some new twists with the ongoing downtown redevelopment project in progress, and some new features.
It will be partly cloudy, breezy and cool today with high temperatures reaching the mid 40s. Northwest winds will range […]
A 36-year-old woman who had been sexually assaulted and set on fire died Saturday morning.
A national Hispanic organization is warning of scammers hoping to take advantage of immigrants in the wake of President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration.
Attempted capital murder charges have been filed against a Wichita man who's accused of raping a woman and then setting her on fire in a park.
With Republicans vowing to block President Obama's executive order on immigration, a Washburn University Constitutional Law Professor thinks the GOP will have a tough time being successful.
The Sunshine Coalition awarded Topeka attorney Mike Merriam on Friday for his career-long fight for open government.
A spokesperson for the Kansas Contractors Association fears the state legislature might dip into the highway fund to fix a nearly $290 million budget shortfall.
Family friend sets up fund after fatal house fire.
AAA predicts increase in holiday travel this year.
The son of a Kansas sheriff was convicted of unintentional second-degree murder in the death of a man he considered […]
The number of immigrants arrested, held and deported from Shawnee County is likely to fall even further following President Obama's executive action.
Kansas U.S. Senator Jerry Moran is confident congressional Republicans can thwart President Obama's efforts on Immigration and the Keystone Pipeline.
Kansas gay couple can now get married, but they can't change their driver's licenses, and an expert thinks the state's stretching its bounds in defending its gay marriage ban.
David Lesky of PineTarPress.com joins 580 Sports Talk to react to Billy Butler’s departure. Plus, what position should be the […]
Topeka crews battle 2 house fires Thursday morning.
Kansas legislators are likely to consider diverting funds earmarked for highway projects to general government programs to help solve the state's budget problems.
Kansas 2nd District U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins urged for continued congressional support of rural hospitals on the House floor Thursday during National Rural Health Day .
A Kansas casino has unveiled plans to build a meeting center and equestrian center that will enable it to host large horse shows.
The three states crossed by the Republican River have agreed on a new approach to managing water in the disputed […]
A man’s been arrested for an attack on a woman who was beaten, raped, and set on fire near Wichita […]
A Topeka postal employee allegedly stole prescription medications from the mail. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 44-year-old Terry Ricley, of […]
It will be sunny and seasonably cool today with highs warming back into the upper 30s and lower 40s. Clouds […]
Kansas Republican House Speaker Ray Merrick contends comments he made about state workers have been taken out of context. A […]
The state says it has plan in place to avoid the loss of Medicare funds at Osawatomie State Hospital.
Volunteer prison inmate help might be returning to the Hutchinson Animal Shelter.
A lawyer who assisted two Kansas lesbian couples in a lawsuit over the state's gay marriage ban thinks Attorney General Derek Schmidt is running out of options.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says many parents don't know car seats expire, and that puts their child at risk.
A Topekan on the Northeast Kansas Most Wanted list has been arrested on a felony show cause warrant.
At a council meeting Tuesday night, members of the governing body acknowledged the city of Topeka is proceeding with its plan to buy Heartland Park racetrack.
The City of Topeka has briefly delayed considering passage of its land use and growth plan at the request of the county.
FBI agents executed a search warrant at a Kansas school district’s headquarters as part of an ongoing investigation, but no […]
State and McPherson County authorities are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found in a ditch […]
Lawrence police have identified a 19-year-old woman found dead in her apartment last week. Officers found Justina Mosso at the […]
It will be partly cloudy, still cool for this time of year but relatively mild compared to the past week. […]
The Topeka City Council has voted in favor of increasing water and wastewater rates for homes and businesses.
Legislation to build the Keystone Pipeline failed to pass the U.S. Senate Tuesday night, but Kansas Republican Pat Roberts says it'll quickly be approved when the new congress convenes in January.
The Kansas Supreme Court's lifted a hold on gay marriage licenses in Johnson County, which should create clarity for all district courts in the state to allow same sex marriage.
Midas stores in northeast Kansas has donated their second check of the year to Harvesters Community Food Network in Topeka to help fight hunger.
One of the four people killed in an Israeli synagogue attack was a Rabbi from Kansas City who went to school in Overland Park.
A CNN report implying fundraising groups and the Republican Party used twitter to share coded information, possibly violating election law, might be difficult to prove.
Numerous court rulings have led to differing orders from Kansas district courts over whether gay marriages will be allowed.
Officials in Shawnee County have made additional money available to help finance the prosecution of three capital murder cases. The […]
An arrest’s made nearly two months after a man was shot in Geary County. 25-year-old Angel Gonzales-Cintron suffered a superficial […]
After a cold start to the day we will see temperatures warm about 30 to 35 degrees, with highs topping […]
A gay couple were wed Monday night by three officiants at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka.
The University of Kansas and Kansas State University are joining a massive, long term study on climate change and land use change.
The chief judge for one south Kansas court district is allowing gay marriage licenses to be issued while another is denying applications.
The Kansas Supreme Court has two substitutes joining it's deliberations over allowing gay marriage in the state.
Republican State Representative Steve Brunk of Wichita says the state will be able to make adjustments and capture enough savings in it's budget to offset a $279 projected shortfall.
The Shawnee County Commission is asking the City of Topeka to delay approving its land use and growth management plan for at least a week.
The Kansas Department of Administration has named John Milburn, a former Associated Press reporter and campaign director for Governor Brownback, its new public information officer.
A report released Monday says one in 30 American children were homeless at some point in 2013, an all-time high.
After a shelter in Kansas City has stated it won't allow legally married same sex couples, the Topeka Rescue Mission's announced it'll welcome the couples.
About 170 Kansas National Guard Soldiers will deploy to West Africa next spring.
Justices of the Kansas Supreme Court met Monday to deliberate the state's petition to maintain its gay-marriage ban while a federal court decision is pending.
Topeka police capture a man on the Most Wanted list. 41-year-old Christopher Shaw Bartlett, of Topeka, was featured on the […]
Two men in Lawrence are arrested for a sexual assault on the campus of Haskell Indian Nations University. Lawrence police were sent […]
It will be partly cloudy, breezy and cold today with highs only reaching the mid 20s. Wind chill values will […]
A federal appeals court has ruled that the University of Kansas School of Medicine did not discriminate against a disabled […]
A Kansas man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for fatally poisoning his wife with nicotine in […]
A new report shows that Kansas consumers seeking health insurance on the federally-run online marketplace will pay about the same […]
The Silver Lake Eagles survived a quarterfinal matchup with the visiting Wellsville Eagles Friday night. Silver Lake now takes on […]
Pastor Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan says there’s still a long road ahead to equality, but for now, supporters of same-sex marriage should […]
Attorney General Derek Schmidt's urging the state Supreme Court to uphold Kansas gay marriage ban until the U.S. Supreme Court settles the case.
The newly appointed Kansas Education Commissioner has a reputation for his fresh approach to education, but faces critics and cutbacks in his new role.
Kansas will send a World War I relic back to Belgium where it was originally sent in the U.S. relief effort for the European country.
A Topeka man's followed his co-defendant with a not guilty plea in the murder of a man at a Lawrence apartment complex in March.
Kansas City songstress Marilyn Maye dazzled Thursday night at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. It was a homecoming for Maye, […]
The state Supreme Court has disbarred the attorney who represented Phillip Cheatham in a double murder trial in Topeka in 2005.
A proposal to merge Dodge City Community College into Fort Hays State University apparently has collapsed. The merger had sparked […]
A man faces attempted murder charges after a stabbing in Manhattan. At around 11:30 Thursday morning, Riley County police were […]
A man who police say fatally stabbed his girlfriend will not have a preliminary hearing until December. The hearing for […]
A 29-year-old Topeka man pleaded not guilty to a homicide at a Lawrence apartment complex in March. Archie Lamont Robinson […]
It will be partly cloudy and a little warmer today with highs headed into the mid 30s. Clouds will increase […]
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.8 shakes parts of Kansas and Oklahoma.
The petition organizer who lost a court case to the city of Topeka over its plan to buy Heartland Park racetrack is considering an appeal
McPherson Superintendent Randy Watson will be Kansas next education commissioner.
The Kansas Supreme Court will deliberate state Attorney General Derek Schmidt's claim a Johnson County judge improperly approved same sex marriages licenses prior the federal court rulings.
Eric Kaberline and his partner have been together for 27 years. Kaberline says they’ve always considered themselves to be married, […]
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has vowed to continue fighting for the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage, but a local law expert says Schmidt knows he's going to lose.
Judges in at least four Kansas counties were issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples a day after the U.S. Supreme […]
The current director of the Medicaid program in the Kansas Department of Health and Environment will become interim secretary of […]
Jazz icon returns to Topeka for free concert.
Authorities have charged a Wichita woman who they say stole cigarettes and cash from convenience stores while wearing a blue […]
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says there isn’t enough evidence to charge Johnson County authorities in the case of an […]
Dodge City police are asking for the public for information in the October homicide. The body of 54-year-old Fabian Corral […]
A health care attendant has been charged in a September homicide of a man he cared for in Lawrence. Prosecutors […]
It will be sunny and cold again today with high temperatures returning to the lower 30s. Skies will become partly […]
The U.S. Supreme Court's opened the way for Kansas gay marriages after lifting a stay requested by state Attorney General Derek Schmidt to have the court review the case.