The search for a missing KU graduate student has been called off tonight.
In the spirit of generosity and giving back, 20,000 tons of food will be handed out Tuesday to those who need it in Topeka.
Tracking winter weather possible Friday!
Keith F. Kulper, Jr., 32 of Topeka, is charged with one count of unlawful possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.
Buffalo Wild Wings in Manhattan invites K-State fans to join its pep rally this Saturday.
A new report released Wednesday, about who uses their phones most often while driving, and the results may surprise you.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in the appeals of two brothers sentenced to death for murders committed in December 2000.
A Colorado man has been indicted on charges of robbing a bank in Lawrence, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.
Lawrence city commissioners have approved a resolution seeking a four-year exemption from the Kansas concealed carry law, giving officials time to sort out where guns will be allowed in the future.
The Two people who are in custody after a standoff that lasted nearly seven hours in Osage County yesterday have been identified.
A house fire in Lawrence started because the resident put firewood ashes in the wrong place.
Lawmakers are getting graded on how they voted on matters impacting issues like hunger and those in Kansas didn't get a passing grade.
A state insurance company is showing even more generosity than last year with its United Way Campaigns across Kansas.
A Shawnee County jury has been selected for the trial of a Topeka man facing more than 100 counts of child pornography.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is investigating after Riley County police shot and wounded a man outside a Manhattan hotel.