A new product designed to resist bombs, bullets and burglars was on display today at the Law Enforcement Center.
Updated: 6:22 PM
The woman was initially identified as Amanda Rose Keaton. Authorities say she's really Brandy Kay Shoemaker.
Posted: 3:58 PM
Gov. Sam Brownback says his office is reviewing budget legislation sent to him by Kansas legislators to determine if can veto cuts in higher education spending.
Posted: 3:16 PM
Wichita police say an 18-month-old boy tripped before he was run over by a family friend's truck.
Posted: 3:05 PM
A Wichita man was arrested for throwing food at his wife, then striking her mother.
Posted: 12:31 PM
A vacant, historic hotel has partially collapsed in central Kansas.
Updated: 6:19 PM
The Topeka Civic Theatre event The Art of Murder: Zoo-dunit? is being moved from the original date of June 8 to a rain date of Saturday, June 22.
Posted: 11:40 AM
A strong smell of gas forced store officials to evacuate and briefly close a Topeka Dillon's Grocery Store early Friday morning.
Updated: 9:53 AM
Police responded just before 9:30 a.m. Friday to a reported accident involving a bike and a vehicle near 31st and Indiana.
Updated: 12:18 PM
Topeka- Kansas Governor Sam Brownback announced Friday Communications Director and Press Secretary Sherriene Jones-Sontag will join the Kansas Lottery as its Deputy Director on July 8, 2013.
Posted: 9:33 AM
Topeka police say a 36-year-old woman with severe physical disabilities drowned in a whirlpool bath at a group home.
Updated: 10:43 AM
History professors from Kansas and Missouri will be among panelists this month at the Dole Institute of Politics at a conference focused on the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
Posted: 5:35 AM
Three federal judges have reduced the attorney fees and expenses that Kansas must cover for parties in a lawsuit stemming from the Legislature's failure last year to redraw the state's political boundaries.
Posted: 5:21 AM
A Kansas State University researcher says the prolonged North American drought is taking a toll on some species of fish, affecting their long-term viability.
Posted: 5:10 AM
Friends and family gathered to remember and share stories of Lexie Salmon, who passed away Wednesday night.
Updated: 11:41 PM
Crews were called just after 9:30 pm to a house fire at 341 SE Baldwin Rd.
Updated: 3:35 PM
The Emporia Hostess plant is reopening under new management and ownership, and the community celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday.
Updated: 11:41 PM
Topeka's Cotton-O'Neil Research Center is among sites enrolling patients in a clinical trial for a new drug that aims to stop the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Posted: 9:24 PM
CASA of Shawnee County helps provide a voice for children involved in the court system, to make informed decisions about their futures.
Updated: 11:42 PM
Shawnee County Treasurer Larry Mah announced Thursday that beginning July 1, new titles will cost $5 and renewals will be $3 -- up from the current $2 fees.
Updated: 11:42 PM
Local developer Merrill Jacob is renovating the former Gage Bowl North facility on Highway 24, just east of Kansas Avenue, into restaurant and retail space.
Posted: 8:49 PM
Police say a man in his 40s was fighting with a man and woman, who were both believed to 27-years old when the younger man stabbed the older man.
Updated: 10:14 PM
A year has passed since a prominent Junction City family as killed in a plane crash on their way home from vacation. The death of the Bramlage family continues to be felt in their community.
Updated: 10:13 AM
Topeka Public Schools says reports cards for the 1700 students at Topeka West and Highland Park high schools were inadvertently sent without grades on them.
Updated: 8:32 PM
Topeka Police Chief Ron Miller says an administrative review is underway of the December killings of two Topeka Police officers.
Updated: 7:34 PM
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