Posted: 6:11 PM - A third employee at a Ulysses, Kan., bank pleaded guilty to embezzlement, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced on Friday.
Posted: 5:51 PM - Local, state, and federal officials were all on hand Friday morning for a big announcement from the nation's second largest wireless carrier.
Updated: 5:56 PM - Hundreds of millions of dollars are stolen every year through stolen credit cards and credit card data. As a percentage, it's not that big, but if you are the one with the stolen credit card, it can ruin your life.
Posted: 2:05 PM - A Goddard high school student was left behind for hours while on a field trip Wednesday morning.
Posted: 1:08 PM - An attorney for former Kansas Attorney General Phil Kline is asking the Kansas Supreme Court to consider modifying a ruling that indefinitely suspended Kline's law license.
Posted: 1:01 PM - Kansas education officials are seeking dismissal of a federal lawsuit over new, multistate science standards filed by a group that claims the guidelines promote atheism and violate students' religious freedoms.
Posted: 12:56 PM - Two days of hearings in Kansas by a national health care oversight panel raised questions about the implementation of the state's KanCare system and the impact on Medicaid services.
Posted: 12:50 PM - Federal prosecutors say a Pennsylvania man accused of trying to take fake bombs through security at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks still isn't competent to stand trial.
Posted: 12:45 PM - The women who coached the U.S. women's soccer team to two Olympic gold medals will be a distinguished professor at Bethany College in Lindsborg.
Updated: 12:09 PM - The U.S. economy added a healthy 203,000 jobs in November, topping the previous month's total and keeping the labor market on course for a slow but steady recovery although serious questions remain about the overall numbers.
Posted: 10:23 AM - Three of four people arrested in a September drug bust in Ellis County that netted 2.5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine have accepted plea deals.
Posted: 10:18 AM - Westar Energy says it has received several reports from customers of fraudulent calls from scammers posing as employees of the Topeka-based electric utility.