Crime, Fire & Courts
A man who attacked several employees at a Topeka television station has been sentenced to eight years and four months in prison.
A Kansas judge has ruled that a businessman and the family of a deceased investigator cannot use the investigator's files on the 1959 Kansas murders that inspired the book "In Cold Blood."
Kansas airplane maker Beechcraft has lost a legal battle to halt work on a high-stakes Air Force contract awarded to rival Sierra Nevada Corp.
A judge has ruled that a Kansas abortion opponent can shield from disclosure ministerial visits with the killer of abortion provider George Tiller.
A Johnson County judge has dismissed lawsuits against Leawood and Prairie Village over bans on open carry of firearms.
Thursday afternoon KU student Ze Yang had his first appearance before a judge for stalking.
Attorneys for the woman who opened an abortion clinic in Wichita have cited the city's decades-long history of anti-abortion violence in a case seeking to protect her from a pastor.
Wichita police are looking for the driver of a 1980s Ford Bronco who allegedly posed as a police office.
Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a lawyer from McPherson to serve as a district judge for Harvey and McPherson counties.
A Lawrence bank was forced to evacuate after a bomb threat Monday afternoon.
Though it wasn't anything serious, the LPD said all parties involved took the necessary precautions.