Wichita police say 15 people were arrested during a sex trafficking sting this week.
Now that the NFL is drawing the line against players kneeling during the national anthem, athletes protesting police brutality and racial inequality may need to find a new playbook this fall.
A Kansas high school student says the Lawrence school district's Advancement Via Individual Determination program helped her be more confident and improve academically.
Kansas utility regulators have approved the merger of the two largest electric companies operating in the state.
The Kansas Department of Children and Families is monitoring a foster care contractor that has kept children in offices overnight due to a shortage of beds.
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams cautiously backed the U.S. decision to explore raising tariffs on imported vehicles.
A Topeka man involved in a fatal road rage incident has been sentenced to life in prison.
A 40-year-old Lawrence man has been sentenced to 27.5 years in prison for repeatedly raping a girl for more than six years.
Police in Pittsburg are investigating the alleged assault of a disabled man in one of the city's parks.
Investigators have determined a fire that damaged Kansas State University's main library was accidental.
Trump directs Commerce Department to investigate whether tariffs are needed on the import of automobiles into the US.
More than $8 million has been awarded to a woman who alleged that the spiritual leader of a cult forced her to work without pay for a decade.
Federal prosecutors are alleging that two Topeka businessmen and one from the Kansas City area participated in a $352 million scheme to defraud the federal government.
Wichita police say a liquor store manager shot and wounded man allegedly tried to rob the store.
Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer says the state will renew its partnership with a group that strengthens economic ties between the state and Japan.
A school bus monitor for the Lawrence school district was suspended and ticketed for battery after allegedly using pepper spray on a student.
Fire official says he doesn't know the extent of damage at the main Kansas State University library where a blaze broke out.
Schlitterbahn is accusing the state Department of Labor of publishing "misleading and false information" about its Kansas water park by releasing an audit from a recent state inspection.
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