A former Topeka city councilman and current Representative accuses the Secretary of State of voter suppression.
The notice was filed a day after a federal court ruled that Kansas must re-register thousands of voters
The plane was carrying 59 passengers and 10 crew members
The House package consists of $622 million in newly appropriated funds, along with $589 in repurposed funds left unused in the fight to combat Ebola.
The longtime 60 Minutes anchor retired from the show last week
An official with the Kansas Hospital Association says the cuts will hurt hospitals across the state
Check out the postseason softball matchups.
The Methodist General Conference voted to delay discussion of church policies regarding the LGBT community
Carlos Delacadena-Edwards was 17 when he committed the murders and tried as adult
Six universities are proposing increases between 4 – 5 percent for the academic year that begins this fall
Brownback says local schools, communities and parents are best equipped to respond to situations involving gender identity
Nick Gosnell opines on the new overtime rules from the Obama administration.
Neighbors say they heard an explosion before the unoccupied trailer burst into flames
KCK Police Chief: “words cannot express what this means to our department.”
The weekend should be really nice.
The Royals couldn’t win their fourth straight game.
The transgender soldier is serving a 35-year sentence at Fort Leavenworth for leaking more that 700,000 classified files
The bill will help prosecutors address sexting among teenagers
This is the fourth year in a row that the board has automatically renewed those accreditations
The bill was designed to help taxpayers challenge rulings of the Board of Tax Appeals
Shawnee County DA Chad Taylor says allegations that he made sexist comments to employees are “inaccurate and unsubstantiated”
Police are looking for information leading to 19-year-old Jessie Hughes, who is the suspect in of two Topeka shooting this week
Prosecutors are charging the couple with bank fraud and making false statements on citizenship applications
Amy Hapner was a guard at Hutchinson Correctional Facility when she allegedly had unlawful sexual relations with an inmate
Kris Kobach was on Fox Business Channel with Neal Cavuto on Wednesday morning.
Seaman, Shawnee Heights and Emporia all qualified for state golf. Check out the Class 5A regional results.
Victims’ relatives applauded after a Franklin County judge sentenced Kyle Flack to death
#Kansas is the only state name flagged for content that doesn’t “meet Instagram’s community guidelines”
Three former Topeka High Trojan standouts have been elected to the Shawnee County Sports Hall of Fame. Judy Dyer, Steve Tilford and Clardy Vinson will go in as the 2016 Hall of Fame Class. The three standouts will be inducted on Thursday, June 23rd at the Ramada Inn at the annual Shawnee County Sports Banquet. […]
A saddle’s not even required, yet there’ll be plenty of Western action for all. It’s the annual Rodeo Days at Burlingame, “where the rail crosses the trail,” right on Highway 56, Saturday, May 21st, announced Mark Hecht, local Chamber of Commerce official-businessman-enthusiast. “We have a packed line-up of activities set this year for our […]
Police don’t yet know if the shootings, one of which left a man with life-threatening injuries, are connected
U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton needs less than 100 delegates to win nomination, but Sanders clinging onto hope
The latest suit alleges the doctor told a patient to submit to unnecessary genital exams or he would withhold pain medication
Barring a successful appeal, Kansas must register thousands of voters effective June 1
Nick Gosnell weighs in on another episode in the taffy pull that is voter registration in Kansas.
The victim told police two men, one carrying a handgun, tried to steal her car
Give yourself an extra minute or two this morning. Fog could be around in low-lying areas.
Kansas City Royals beat the hot-hitting Boston Red Sox 8-4 on Tuesday night
The victim says he woke up on fire and is suffering from burns to his face and shoulders
580 Sports Talk went to the West Ridge Mall in Topeka to find out if Topekans knew who the Royals defeated in the World Series.
The John Redmond Reservoir serves nearly 20 communities and the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant
Listen to Topeka West freshman Camille Parman and Hayden senior Tommy Hunter.
In addition to his taxable salary, Self earns at least $2.75 million a year that goes into an LLC
Washburn Rural won another regional golf title.
Braeburn Pharmaceuticals officials say they made the decision after evaluating the state’s controversial LGBT law
Court ruled that segregation is unconstitutional, and therefore not allowed in public schools.
Ken Willard from Hutchinson wanted to act on what he calls ‘overreach’ by the Federal Government.
State charges remain possible for a man whose gun went off during an Augusta, Kan., high school graduation
Kansas still one of the nation’s lowest states for gas prices
Kansas will join Georgia, 2016 NIT Champion George Washington and UAB for the championship rounds of the 2016 CBE Hall of Fame Classic.
The driver of the truck was arrested on multiple charges, including aggravated battery and DUI
Cheney native Jerry Kill will be helping out the KSU football team in the upcoming year.
Ellis County authorities are investigating the death of a 22-year-old man whose body was found in a ditch
The HOPE Act reduces the amount of time families draw money from state assistance programs
Senator Deb Fischer’s companion bill in the Senate has seven co-sponsors.
Nick Gosnell searches for another definition, this time for compassion.
The students are charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder for threats made over social media
Clouds remain today, off and on showers come back later in the week.
Alan Wenk pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $135,000 from Performance Contracting Group Inc.
The suspects were taken into custody after a brief standoff
A 400-page essay criticizing New Deal-era agriculture subsidies and price supports is being used as ammo against the Kansas Congressman
Close to two-thirds of those donations were for $50 or less
Drivers can expect delays while crews work to repair
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is recruiting high school students and science teachers to help track mosquitoes
Some tenants of the Remington Square Apartments are complaining about barn swallows nesting around the complex
A lawsuit filed against the state over $42 million in taxes could change the way the state handles taxpayer appeals
The singer, who is being sued by Arsenio Hall for comments made after Prince’s death, has been missing since Sunday morning
The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Monday that it would not rule in a major case on access to contraception under the Affordable Care Act.
The 36-year-old man faces life in prison for sexually abusing two girls over the course of 5 years
Shawnee County D.A. Chad Taylor says deputies with the U.S. Marshal’s Service acted within the law while trying to arrest Orlando Collins
The lack of a signifigant decision is telling of how Antonin Scalia’s death has impacted the court
The city did well in state tennis over the weekend. Check out regional baseball/softball brackets and see who won the Centennial League swimming meet.
Kyle Flack is expected to be sentenced to death on Wednesday.
The fight over a Colorado fugitive’s medical bills is headed for a trial in Kansas
An Oklahoma man died in a Kansas accident.
Police do not believe the woman’s death was criminal in nature
An accident in Augusta shouldn’t change policy.
A gun that a man had stuffed into his sock went off, injuring him and another person
The bill would require doctors to try cheaper drugs before more expensive ones for Medicaid recipients
A rainy day and a Monday. Don’t let it get you down.
Washburn ends its season with 34-20 mark.
Kansas City Royals overcame a rare blown save by Wade Davis to beat the Atlanta Braves 4-2.
The man pulled a gun on police who were responding to reports of violence in a home
The University of Kansas Senate is organizing a committee to research and propose a policy to uphold freedom of speech at the school
The bill signed Friday by Gov. Brownback also rewrites New Kansas law will specifically ban abortions by midwives
State Treasurer Ron Estes and an anti-abortion leader will join Kobach at the Republican National Convention
Reports of shots fired led to 911 call.
Mike Foltynewicz pitched a career-high eight scoreless innings, Kelly Johnson and A.J. Pierzynski each drove in two runs, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0 Saturday night. Foltynewicz (1-1) got his first victory since Aug. 8, holding the Royals to seven hits, while striking out four and walking none. The Braves (9-26) […]
The capital city did quite well in the 2016 tennis state meets!
The University of Kansas Senate is organizing a committee to research and propose a policy to uphold freedom of speech at the school. The Lawrence Journal-World reports the committee, which was recently approved, will form this summer and work through the next academic year. The committee was proposed by outgoing University Senate President Mike Williams, […]
A 39-year-old Kansas City, Kansas, detective fatally shot this week has been remembered by friends and colleagues as a hero. Detective Brad Lancaster died Monday after he was shot when he responded to a call. Hundreds attended Lancaster’s Saturday funeral service, which included remarks by Mayor Mark Holland and Police Chief Terry Zeigler, who said […]
The Washburn Ichabods stay alive with a victory in the 11th.
Edinson Volquez pitched seven effective innings, Alcides Escobar had two hits, scored a run and drove in a run and the Kansas City Royals beat the Atlanta Braves 5-1 to open a six-game homestand Friday night. The World Series champion Royals had dropped 12 of their previous 16 games, while the Braves, who have the […]
A 20-year-old Topeka woman faces state charges accusing her of hitting and confining two mentally challenged men she was assigned to care for in Lawrence
Kirk Schulz says he is worried that higher ed budget cuts will lead to decreased enrollment
Employees for cities, counties and government agencies can now carry guns when they’re working out in the community
Topeka Police were able to talk an armed man out of an apartment in downtown Topeka. Officers were called to the apartment above Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant near 8th and Kansas Ave., around 2:30 p.m. Friday, when someone reported an armed man was barricaded inside. Negotiators were able to talk the man out of the building […]
Tinder says “people with bad intentions exist everywhere”
Sales climbed a seasonally adjusted 1.3 percent despite decreased earnings among major retailers