The lawsuit claims the officers – Justin Mackey and Michael Cruse – shot White illegally when he presented no threat to the officers or anyone else.
The developer of a Lawrence hotel and his bookkeeper were indicted Wednesday on federal charges of scheming to collect more than $400,000 in fraudulent tax refunds from the city of Lawrence.
The Sedgwick County Coroner has released the autopsy report for 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez.
Right now, Meals on Wheels serves approximately 1,000 daily meals Monday through Friday.
A local head start program has shut it doors after a federal investigation into the school. Loving Arms Learning Center in Junction City shut down at the end of May.
The Center for Disease Control released its latest Vital Signs series Thursday, which revealed Kansas as ranking 19th in the amount of overall suicides.
Topeka's hockey team, now known as the Topeka Pilots, wants you to pick the new logo.
The Topeka Pilots are asking for your help to choose their new logo. The NAHL team has two potential options and is asking the community to cast their vote for their favorite.
Nearly three months after the initial outbreak of measles at a Johnson County day care, the KDHE has declared the outbreak is over.
Three indictments unsealed Friday claim massage parlors in Topeka and Lawrence were fronts for prostitution.
Sears will close another 72 stores as sales plunge and losses grow.
The Symphony at Sunset Annual D-Day Commemoration Concert is held the first Saturday in June at the Eisenhower Presidential Library in Abilene.
The Kansas Corporation Commission has approved the merger between Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy.
The bricks in the walkway can actually be purchased by the public. The money raised from the sales of the bricks will benefit local students while honoring the landmark decision.
Chili's Bar and Grill has revealed a data breach that happened at some of its restaurants and may have impacted customers earlier this year.