The Emporia Fire Department was called to a vehicle fire early Saturday morning that spread to a home.
Multiple accidents along I-70 closed portions of the roadway near Maple Hill Friday during rush hour.
Right now, General Manager H.R. Cook says there are no plans to alter schedules, but emergency plans are in place.
Over 11,000 people will graduate from colleges and high schools in Northeast Kansas this weekend.
A spokesman for public safety officials in nearby Bridgeport says about 250 people were on the two trains that collided in Connecticut after one derailed.
The KBI says agents executed three search warrants in Topeka and one in Olathe linked to Operation ADABAG.
Republican leaders in the Kansas Senate aren't budgin much on lowering the state's sales tax in July as part of a plan that also cuts income taxes.
Two commuter trains serving New York City collided in Connecticut during Friday's evening rush hour, sending 60 people to the hospital, including five with critical injuries, Gov. Dannel Malloy said.
Kansas lawmakers are close to approving limits on the use of state tax dollars to lobby federal, state or local officials on gun control issues.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about an online travel company claiming to be from Omaha.
Muscotah, Kansas is home to the worlds largest baseball, standing about 20 feet tall.
Sentencing for Hunter Hillmer, 20, continued for more than 3 1/2 hours Friday Shawnee County Court Judge Nancy Parrish ruled that Hillmer must serve 10 years and 3 months in the Department Of Corrections.
A historic doll that was used to prove that segregation in schools is wrong is now on display at the Brown V. Board site.
The first two murals for the Great Topeka Mural Project will be located on Northeast Seward Avenue, in the Oakland neighborhood.
Some 2,400 civilian employees at Fort Riley will be docked 11 days of pay due to federal furloughs that are going to be implemented on the installation.
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