3 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
A wreath lies at the gravestone of Sgt. William Smith in a Topeka cemetery to mark the 150th anniversary of the organizing of the 1st Kansas Colored Infantry regiment.
5 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Of course, he predicted that all the conservative-leaning members of the U.S. Supreme Court would support Arizona's voter-registration law, which didn't happen.
9 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
EMC Insurance Companies has told its agents not to offer or renew policies for Kansas school districts that allow concealed weapons under a law that takes effect July 1. The new law lets school boards designate employees who can bring guns to school provided they have a valid Kansas concealed carry permit.
9 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
Pompeo is the newest Republican member of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee, which held a rare, open hearing Tuesday amid debate over national security and personal privacy.
11 hrs ago | Salina Journal
A federal judge is giving a Wichita store owner more time to work out a plea deal with the government over accusations she sold fake luxury goods.
12 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Gov. Sam Brownback and U.S. Senator Pat Roberts are scheduled to speak on the state's agricultural economy and the new farm bill during the Kansas Wheat Festival next month in Wellington.
16 hrs ago | KFDI
Law enforcement officials are looking for an elderly Kansas couple who have not been heard from since Monday.
But in the end, it's still a lawless mob. The big government-big business alliance to protect illegal immigration got a lot of mileage using foolish Republicans Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan as front men.
Renewing a driver's license shouldn't take multiple attempts and a wait of 3, four or five hours.
A Kansas City man supported a “nascent” plot to bomb the New York Stock Exchange, an FBI official said Tuesday at a Washington D.C. hearing.
It is an old city, especially compared to others west of the Mississippi, fueled in its early years by farming money and trade from settlers heading west.
Theresa Vail, 22, who previously won the Miss Leavenworth County crown, won the Miss Kansas pageant this month at Pratt Community College.
You can instantly tell a certain something about a guy who wears plaid pants. If he's wearing a plaid sport coat that doesn't match the pants, you can tell even more about that guy.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach promised Monday that the state will keep enforcing its proof-of-citizenship requirement for new voters even after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a similar Arizona law.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has asked for an investigation into an immigration reform protest held outside his Wyandotte County home.
Members of a Kansas National Guard helicopter unit are on their way home from Afghanistan after a year of providing medical support.
A northwest Kansas man convicted of shooting another man and wounding a woman as the couple slept will go to prison for more than 17 years.