A spokesperson for the Senate said the chamber has not yet scheduled Gardner's final confirmation, but it will be within 20 days.
The 21-year-old man was on the run for less than 20 minutes.
King Phillip Amman Reu-El avoided the death penalty by pleading no contest as jury selection began for a trial in the deaths of two women.
A legislative branch releases a report on whether the city’s Heartland Park proposal meets the intent of STAR bond financing.
Friends are raising money the help the family of 30-year old Jarod "Edify" Coonce.
Dusty Douglas has been with Goodyear since 1993, including four years in management at the company's plant in Santiago, Chile.
Kathryn Gardner faced fierce questioning Wednesday by Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Jeff King.
The bill outlaws the dilation and evacuation procedure and redefines it as "dismemberment abortion."
The city is asking drivers to instead use SW 17th and SW 25th from Washburn or Topeka Blvd.
2,638 out of 23,420 registered voters participated, resulting in a 10 percent turnout.
Budget Director Shawn Sullivan says the state's revenue picture is still too uncertain to back off the cuts.
The competition is open to students in kindergarten through the 12th grade. Each participant will receive a T-shirt and a medal.
Karey Brown and her team share real estate insights from special guests in the industry.
With commodity prices at near all-time high levels, farming has been good business for most. But, changes are on the […]
A high ranking Kansas official's sponsoring an archery tournament named after the statue atop the state capitol dome.
The man was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead a short time later.
Kansas largest electricity supplier is asking for a $152 million rate increase to cover required power plant upgrades.
OPKS Police Sgt. testifies that Frazier Glenn Miller asked how many Jews he killed.
The woman ran to get her dog as it scuffled with another dog.
Buffalo, Syracuse, Binghamton and Ithaca recorded lowest-ever temps according to climatologists at Cornell.
Top Republican officials in Kansas are working on a plan to overhaul funding for public schools designed to prevent unanticipated […]
The driver survived in Saturday's accident near Lebanon, Missouri that killed both passengers.
The two men, both 21, were from Kansas City.
Inclement weather was blamed for lower-than-expected turnout for this weekend's winner, "Focus".
An inventory by Wichita police shows stolen park items total over $26,000.
Officers will respond only to injury and hit and run accidents, or accidents where the vehicle is disabled in the roadway.
Brooke McLaughlin was charged with aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery.
Kirk’s decision comes after inconsistencies about smoking pot were discovered during his hiring process.
People inside the home escaped without injuries.
BNSF says freight demands are heavier than ever, and Kansas is a critical state in moving goods from one part of the country to the other.
At stake is whether the public will have a chance to vote on Topeka's plans to buy the racetrack.
The bill sought by Secretary of State Kris Kobach was given final approval Thursday and now goes to the Senate.
The bill was requested by Kris Kobach, who tried to prevent Chad Taylor's withdrawal from the U.S. Senate race.
Gunshot victim was found at 944 SW Kent Place about 10 Wednesday night.
Topeka's Zoo black bear, 'Peek', brought a community together in an effort to save her legs and life.
The bill was designed to boost benefits for retirees to help them deal with increases in the cost of living.
Tara Dimick and her guests will take a look into the business world of Topeka, Kansas, from this Sunday.
Kansas Missing and Unsolved announced Wednesday morning Briahna Portenier was located and is safe.
Track operator will be required to pay for commerce park development, garages and high-end facilities and a new banquet facility.
Rep. Peggy Mast proposed the action as part of the state's response to a multimillion dollar budget shortfall.
Victim's sister believes someone's been helping the man who murdered her brother.
The Revenue Department estimates that nearly 281,000 business owners were helped, along with the farmers, whose numbers weren't estimated previously.
Registered drug offender, Dejuan L. Knight, has not informed the Topeka police of his whereabouts.
The cop was arrested after investigators interviewed his domestic partner.
Topeka police say a car was stolen at gunpoint Monday morning.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has ruled there's no proof that airman David Gutierrez's acts were likely to transmit HIV at swinger parties.
Two bills before the Kansas Legislature would allow hemp to be grown for research purposes and cannabis products would become […]
The New Vintage Big Band played Sunday with standing room only at the Ramada Topeka Downtown.
Judge Mark Braun was in court when attorney David McDonald was punched.
Topeka Police continue to investigate after Sunday's accident on South Topeka Boulevard.
The fire department says an adult and a child were taken to a hospital for possible smoke inhalation injuries.
Kansas lawmakers want to boost their campaign contribution limits to keep pace with a boom in outside election ads. The […]
The measure would direct the department to grow and study hemp plants in conjunction with a state university.
Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex offenders can earn credit through Washburn Institute of Technology.
Groceries stores now only sell weaker beer known as cereal malt beverage. Just liquor stores can sell full-strength beer, wine and liquor.
The bill would allow individual teachers to negotiate outside of the normal collective bargaining structure.
Match that ‘just right’ horse with proven one of the very best college-age cowgirls in the world, and it’s a […]
“Beacon is a welcoming environment for queer youth ages 12-18 to engage in socialization, education, exploration and activism."
The bill also would create a scrap database to help authorities track down offenders and punish dealers trading in stolen goods.
Police say that the nearly 50-year-old clown is worth $10,000.
“The purple team has some bright stars, and it’ll sure make a stout showing in the home college competition.” That’s […]
Merrick says lawmakers should look to trim spending first before they consider higher taxes.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach backs the move, saying Kansas has faced an increase in negligence lawsuits against employers.
Hannah Belton clocked the best time in the race between runners in Liberal, Kansas and Olney, England, held each year before Lent.
King Phillip Amman Reu-El, formerly Phillip Cheatham Jr, was convicted and sentenced to death in the murders of two women.
The SCHD is offering classes to help you kick the habit.
Tips from the public helped authorities find a convicted drug offender.
New bill says sex ed wouldn't be taught without parent consent.
U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says the men conspired to make and sell designer drugs, including a pot substitute called K2.
Crimestoppers thanks media partners after 35-year-old Brandon Best turns himself in to authorities.
The Kansas Highway Patrol will investigate a fatal accident in Kansas City, Kansas, where the driver of a tractor-trailer was crushed.
People involved in minor accidents are asked to report them to Police Headquarters at their earliest convenience.
Steve Forbes, Chairman of Forbes Media, will present the first in a series of lectures this year at Kansas State University in Manhattan.
30-year old Dustin Walker will be re-tried on1st degree murder charges.
Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse say the chase came to an end near Topeka.
Police are asking anyone with information to call Crimestoppers at 234-0007 or make an online report at www.topekacrimestoppers.org.
Officials says bridges "sheet of ice", as sleet turns to snow in the overnight.
Hundreds of LGBT supporters gathered on the capitol's east lawn Saturday to protest the governor's executive order.
A House budget panel voted Thursday to reinstate about $280 million of that funding.
Billy Davis Jr. has been sentenced to life without parole for killing Ahliyah Irvin.
“The queen is one of the most important people at the rodeo.” That’s not a direct quote, but maybe it […]
Accused of 1st-degree murder, Kansas commune leader Daniel Perez, shifted blame to others in court Thursday.
A Topeka birthing center's license suspended by the KDHE.
The bill was drafted by abortion opponents who describe the targeted procedure as dismembering a fetus.
"I can get can in trouble for firing or harassing a lesbian?" said Stewart, mocking Brownback. "This cannot stand."
Information leading to an arrest could be worth $2,000.
KHP says driver of Ryder truck failed to yield at stop sign.
Lobbyists learned about the budget before members of the legislature.
Police say the man was taken by ambulance to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The victim has been identified as 17-year-old Trenton Brooks.
An explosive device was disarmed by officials early Monday morning.
Kansas' anti-discrimination law doesn't extend to gay, lesbian or transgendered residents.
The bill mostly diverts money from highway projects and other special funds to general government spending.
One victim was released from the hospital, and the other two don’t have life-threatening injuries but are still hospitalized.
A man booked a lengthy cab ride online, but ended up taking the cab driver for a ride.
Topeka High School and their historical society are discussing ways to honor beloved coach and alumnus, Dean Smith.
Committee chairman said proposal is designed to start discussion about expanding Medicaid to as many as 169,000 people.
Extent of injuries unknown.
Two people are in custody.
The state judiciary has a far smaller percentage of minorities than the overall state population.