Police say Piper Dunbar, a 2-year-old Topeka girl, was attacked and killed by two pit bulls in her backyard
The Kansas Secretary of State will have to inform nearly 20,000 people they can vote for all officers in November
The suspect is being held without bond and is wanted on multiple outstanding warrants across the state of Kansas
One or more victims were held up at gunpoint near Deer Creek Apartments
The Sonic just south of 37th Street and Topeka Boulevard was robbed Tuesday night just before 6:30.
The $12.2 billion deal is pending approval by federal and state regulators
Police say the man was armed with a handgun and ran away from the scene on foot
The Manhattan businessman and substitute teacher was a backup quarterback at K-State
Army officials aren’t saying why Maj. Gen. Wayne Grigsby is being investigated
Two children, 16 and 1, suffered minor injuries in the crash that closed part of Highway 24 for 6 hours
A state agency says Larned State Hospital officials weren’t aware the man hired as the hospital’s chief financial officer in 2015 was the focus of an internal federal investigation
Secretary of State Kris Kobach will appear in court this week for failing to comply with a injunction involving voter registration
The Kansasworks Statewide Job Fair is set for Tuesday in Topeka, Kansas City, Emporia and other Kansas locations
Police have released the name of the 2-year-old girl killed Saturday in an animal attack
KU will join a research project that aims to help schools in three states adopt sexual assault policies and prevention strategies
Brownback’s economic advisory council has discontinued a quarterly report meant to ensure a timely analysis of the administration’s economic policies
Clear, cool conditions dominate this first full week of fall. No precipitation is forecast through the work week.
A woman was killed after she was hit by two SUVs in front of an adult entertainment club.
37-year-old Crystal Galloway, of Scammon, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 59-year-old Robin Fought
The Brownback Administration says that budget proposals are internal documents and not subject to the Kansas Open Records Act.
Maj. Gen. Wayne Grigsby has been suspended as commander of the 1st Infantry Division at the Kansas base
Saturday is Public Appreciation Day at the Rolling Hills Zoo in Salina.
The breach dates back to late 2014
Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little was the university’s first female and black chancellor.
This incident marks the third arson in Topeka this week
One person was shot and critically injured Thursday night in central Topeka (post includes live-shot video from the scene)
The suspect is also charged with the attempted armed robbery of a Topeka payday loan business
An audit on the state’s Medicaid program found nearly 35,000 renewal applications are waiting to be processes
Police say the suspect crashed the stolen car in a Shunga Creek embankment
Kansas Policy Institute President Dave Trabert suggests that buildings get letter grades based on the achievement of their students.
An 18-year-old man faces burglary and arson charges in an early morning fire
A Shawnee County District Judge heard arguments Wednesday on a dual registration system in which some votes are counted only for federal races
A former Topeka bail bondsman is charged with premeditated first-degree murder
If you see Kayla Michelle Simpson, call Geary County Crime Stoppers at (785) 762-TIPS.
Story on Wednesday’s fire updated with video footage from the scene
A Shawnee County District Court Judge will hear arguments on Wednesday from attorneys on both sides of the voter registration battle
Awareness is key to limiting kid’s exposure to candy and pill-shaped marijuana
Colson says his departure is motivated by personal issues
Cyclist’s injuries are considered life-threatening
Court documents allege that a man’s blood-alcohol level was double Kansas’ legal threshold when he caused a crash that killed a Johnson County sheriff’s deputy
The earthquake was felt throughout parts of Kansas
OSHA’s regional chief in Wichita, Judy Freeman says workers should never enter such bins when an auger is running.
A jury found 46-year-old Bradley Grant Verstraete guilty of assault and attempted murder
35-year-old Alberto J. Garcia y Tapia was charged Friday in Ellsworth County District Court with felony
fleeing, felony aggravated assault on law enforcement officers and felony DUI
The owner of GiGi’s Elite Massage admitted to harboring a Chinese woman for the purpose of prostitution
Kellogg issued a 25-state voluntary recall for several thousand cases of frozen waffles
The Kansas Organization of State Employees says it received complaints from three workers at Larned State Hospital, which has struggled with staffing shortages
A Kansas Indian tribe is celebrating a new water rights agreement that will help it develop a reservoir on its reservation
A man tried to rob a cash advanced store at gunpoint Monday evening.
Loud popping and explosions could be heard from the cars burning
A victim of repeated break-ins and burglaries is sharing footage of suspects taken from home security cameras
The Aaron Douglas Art Fair is set for September 24 at the Aaron Douglas Art Park in central Topeka
Paisley will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, October 14th at parking lot 94 east of Memorial Stadium. Gates will open at 7 p.m.
Highland Park High School has been placed on lockdown Monday morning
Shots were fired at the suspect who was running from police at the time
Kansas budget woes haven’t touched the state’s executive aircraft, which is getting a new paint job, a spruced up interior and upgraded avionics this year
Harker gets to choose a Mustang, Charger or Camaro
Reno County investigating reports of inappropriate photos
A Hays man with developmental disabilities was shot last month.
Police were called after a gunshot victim showed up at a local hospital
The Internal Revenue Service center in Kansas City will be one of only two national IRS processing centers left after another reduction in centers across the country
Kansas says its unemployment rate rose in August for the third consecutive month to 4.3 percent
More than a dozen small earthquakes have been recorded in northern Oklahoma and one in south-central Kansas
A domestic disturbance left one man dead and a woman seriously injured in Lawrence Friday night
The officer is accused of punching a man in the face four times during a domestic disturbance call
The shooting happened Thursday night along Kansas 156 between the towns of Holyrood and Ellsworth
Stormont Vail will close clinics in Alma and Lyndon over the coming months
The live ice-skating show based on the popular animated film series was scheduled for three Topeka dates in January
K-State’s Facebook page was tagged in a picture featuring two women in ‘blackface’
Internal Kansas City police documents show a police unit set up to investigate crimes against children failed to properly investigate thousands of cases
The threat of storms prompted organizers to reschedule the event
Police confirm a man thought to be armed with a rifle was carrying an unloaded pellet gun
The 2017 Kicker Country Stampede is set for June 22-24
A 3.5 magnitude quake hit north of Ellis, Kansas
Prosecutors say Dwight Jurgens forced women to perform sex acts after he bonded them out of jail
Adrian Espinosa-Flores, of Kansas City, Kansas, is being held in Johnson County on $2 million bond.
Heath Hopkins is charged with theft from an Indian tribal organization
The ACLU says Manning’s treatment for gender dysphoria will begin with surgery that her psychologist recommended in April
The Adjutant General’s Department said in a statement released Monday that a newly adopted rule lessens licensing requirements. If the spouses have passed the bar in another state or the District of Columbia, they can temporarily practice law in Kansas without taking the state-administered uniform bar exam. To qualify, the attorneys’ spouses must currently be […]
Hank and Arrow will join the police force as drug and bomb-sniffing dogs
Governor Sam Brownback said last month that the state either needs to commit to following the rainy-day fund or get rid of it.
The suspect is being held on $2 million bond
Streets in central and downtown Topeka were washed over during Tuesday’s storm
Environmentalists have filed a petition asking for emergency protections for the bird
A Kansas Department of Transportation report says 96.7-percent of interstate highways in the state were ranked as good in the fiscal year ending in July. The report was released on Friday. The department evaluates the state’s 10,000-mile highway system annually and gives ratings based on scores of surface roughness and distress. The Topeka Capital-Journal has […]
A former Wichita judge was accused in 2015 of sexual harassment and offensive remarks toward female attorneys
The one-vehicle wreck injured two people.
The area’s high school football coaches joined the show to recap Week 2.
The deputy was killed after his car was hit during a traffic stop.
Two people were critically injured and a suspect was killed by a good Samaritan during a shooting in the parking lot of a suburban Kansas City Wal-Mart
A police chase Sunday night in Topeka resulted in one arrest and the recovery of a stolen vehicle
Curt Cochran was killed May 9 and his body was found in the 200 block of SW Jackson in Topeka.
The man who stabbed his wife at a Lawrence motel will serve intensive probation. Navinkumar Patel, of Shawnee, was sentenced Thursday to five years and eight months of probation in Johnson County. He stabbed his wife twice in the abdomen at a Super 8 Motel in June 2015. He pleaded no contest to attempted second-degree […]
A transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for leaking classified information to the WikiLeaks website says she is on a hunger strike until her treatment improves. Chelsea Manning says she began the hunger strike Friday because her pleas for better treatment at Fort Leavenworth have been ignored. She says she will not voluntarily consume anything except […]
A Kansas City, Kansas, man has been charged with fatally shooting another man. Thirty-year-old Daryl Bagby was charged Thursday with first-degree murder and criminal possession of a firearm in the death of Steven Sykes. The Wyandotte County prosecutor’s office said in a news release that Sykes was killed Sept. 3 in Kansas City, Kansas. Bagby […]
Whit Merrifield hit a go-ahead two-run double in a three-run seventh inning and the Kansas City Royals held on for a 6-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Saturday night. Royals closer Wade Davis gave up a single to Tyler Saladino and a double to Adam Eaton to lead off the ninth before Melky […]
An attorney for the ex-mayor says his client might consider changing his plea
Parts of south and south-central Kansas have received as much as 10 inches of rain since Thursday
The girlfriend of a man who killed three people in a south-central Kansas mass shooting admitted that she bought one the guns used by the shooter
Amidst a political war over money to fight Zika, the number of confirmed cases in Kansas continues to rise