Updated: 9:06 AM Kansas City police are searching for a man who shot and killed a couple as their two young children sat in a nearby vehicle.
Updated: 6:39 AM The month of May is upon us but parts of Kansas are going to see winter weather late Wednesday into Thursday in Western Kansas, South Central Kansas can expect rain changing to snow overnight Wednesday.
Posted: 4:45 AM A change of command ceremony is scheduled for Thursday at Fort Riley for the 1st Infantry Division's Combat Aviation Brigade.
Posted: 8:58 PM The fire was reported late Tuesday morning near the intersection of Woodland and Trail Street
Posted: 5:21 PM Jonathan D. Hughes was convicted last year of attempted 2nd degree murder after firing a shot at his mother
Posted: 4:00 PM Three federal judges have ordered Kansas to cover $389,000 worth of attorneys' fees and expenses for parties involved in a lawsuit last year over political redistricting
Posted: 9:29 AM Gov. Sam Brownback says the state should divert $1.15 million from bioscience efforts to fund a new adult stem cell center at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Posted: 8:34 AM The Kansas Supreme Court says prosecutors must try a Topeka man whose death penalty conviction was overturned within 90 days.
Posted: 8:30 AM A new report is forecasting that Kansas employment will grow this year at a "slightly faster rate" than in 2012 and will add nearly 24,000 jobs to the state's economy.
Posted: 8:27 AM A woman was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison for her role in the methamphetamine-related murder of a Pittsburg man two years ago.
Posted: 8:20 AM University of Kansas leaders are hailing the designation of the Lawrence campus as a new listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Posted: 5:27 PM Jason Najera, 29, was sentenced Monday to 10 years in federal prison
Posted: 1:51 PM More than 100 state employees are facing the dilemma of whether to move, commute more than 50 miles or retire when the Kansas Department of Agriculture moves from Topeka to Manhattan.
Posted: 12:10 PM A Kansas House committee has resumed work on the 2014 state budget, but leaders say the group isn't likely to produce a bill that will be debated in May.
Posted: 10:59 AM University of Kansas officials admit the school has not been aggressive in offering online education options, but that is changing.
Updated: 9:23 AM With the Boston Marathon bombings focusing attention on Chechnya, a Kansas State University professor wants to help the public understand the southern Russian province.