Updated: 06/14/2013 - Investigators believe the fire started from a burner that had been turned on or left on in the kitchen.
Updated: 09/06/2013 - Two teenagers are charged in a fatal shooting at a Kansas City, Kan., apartment building that also left a suspected co-conspirator dead.
Updated: 06/14/2013 - Attorneys for Max Seifert filed a notice of appeal Friday seeking to reverse the summary judgment granted two days earlier to the Unified Government of Wyandotte County.
Posted: 06/14/2013 - Kansas health officials are cautioning people to stay out of three lakes where toxic blue-green algae has been confirmed
Updated: 06/13/2013 - A public health warning has been issued after toxic algae was discovered in three Kansas lakes.
Updated: 09/06/2013 - Officers were called to the building in central Topeka shortly before 2:30 p.m. Thursday on a report of a shooting.
Updated: 06/13/2013 - A few farmers have begun cutting wheat near Hazelton.
Updated: 06/13/2013 - Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation making additional cuts to Kansas income taxes over the next five years.
Updated: 09/06/2013 - A woman whose husband was convicted of killing a Kansas woman is no longer facing charges of helping him avoid arrest.
Posted: 06/12/2013 - Robert Leo Hill will spend a minimum of 25 years in prison for rape and aggravated indecent liberties.
Updated: 09/06/2013 - Angel Cerda, Jesus Torres, and Fabian Neave were associated with the Norteno street gang
Posted: 06/12/2013 - Gov. Sam Brownback has scheduled two ceremonies to sign a tax bill that makes additional cuts to the Kansas income tax rate while lowering the sales tax rate.
Posted: 06/12/2013 - A former jailer has sued the Ellis County Sheriff's Department claiming he was fired as retaliation for reporting a co-worker who repeatedly used a stun gun on a handcuffed inmate.
Updated: 06/12/2013 - A former NASA communications official who also is an astronaut's wife will be Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's new chief spokeswoman.
Posted: 06/12/2013 - Kansas education officials are turning to the state's attorney general for legal guidance about what rules and regulations are keeping school districts from being innovative.