Updated: 7:46 PM Riley County police say their investigation into a large pool of blood found at a Manhattan apartment building is over after a man later arrived at the hospital with wounds suffered during an apparent bar brawl.
Posted: 9:44 AM Kansas elections officials expect to formally close a challenge to President Barack Obama's listing on the state's November general election ballot.
Updated: 5:03 PM The entire Washburn University music department was featured in a concert Sunday afternoon.
Posted: 10:28 PM Kids got the chance to test their balance and try their hand at hockey today.
Updated: 9:10 PM Riley County Police say a large amount of blood discovered in a common area of a Manhattan apartment complex launched a major investigation Sunday.
Updated: 8:31 PM Topeka Police arrested Darren Henry, 19, in connection with shooting of Courtney Fenwick in SE Topeka. Henry was booked on aggravated burglary, aggravated battery, and attempted aggravated robbery.
Posted: 5:23 PM One of Shawnee County's most beautiful places to spend a night started as nothing more than a crumbling mess.
Posted: 11:13 AM The Kansas Department of Transportation expects 6,000 bikers at the 18th Annual March of Dimes Bikers for Babies Sunday, Sept. 16.
Posted: 11:03 AM Events are planned for September 22 - November 13 to enjoy the river this Fall.
Posted: 10:43 AM Despite originally opting out of a federal program to receive funds for the state's trails, KDOT Friday announced Kansas’ recreational trails program will receive $2 million under the federal transportation bill passed by Congress this summer.
Posted: 8:07 AM Transcripts of interviews with a prosecutor's office show that Kansas legislators didn't know the state's Open Meetings Act when they were questioned about private dinners with Governor Sam Brownback at his official residence.
Updated: 9:51 AM Topeka Police say a driver rammed the Ford Explorer he was driving into a police car after the officer tried to pull him over for a stop sign violation.
Posted: 10:26 PM Grammy Award-winning jazz musician Jim Seeley says the bright lights of New York can't compare to the intimacy of playing for the hometown crowd.
Posted: 11:34 AM The 2nd Annual Kansas Book Festival will took place Saturday at the Kansas Historical Society and showcased current authors, books and the importance of reading.