At least three south-central Kansas irrigators have been charged with cheating on their water usage by running their meters backward last year.
A Nigerian man has asked a federal judge for leniency for his role in a scheme to purchase gold coins online by fraudulently using the credit card number of another man.
A disabled Army veteran who lost his service dog near Wichita earlier this month has a new companion and an obedience instructor willing to train it.
August is a slower time of year for many small-business owners. But Barry Moltz says, it does not have to be a wasted month for you or your business. Here are his top ten tips.
The new law is aimed at encouraging Kansas students to earn an industry-recognized certificate in a high-need occupation, as identified by the Kansas Secretary of Labor.
A Topeka-based company is showing it cares with its hands -- and its checkbook.