A suburban Kansas City woman who had at least $100,000 in items stolen from her garage thinks the thieves used global positioning technology to determine when she wasn't home.
A military refueling tanker is forced to make an emergency landing after pilots had to shut one of the plane's four engines down while practicing maneuvers in Kansas.
Sedgwick County effort to account for hundreds of registered sex offenders found 38 of them had provided authorities with incorrect information about their whereabouts or moved without reporting it to law enforcement.
Despite cooler temperatures and more frequent rains, Kansas wildlife and health officials say it's too early to tell if the more favorable weather conditions will translate into a better spring and summer for state lakes and wildlife populations after years of severe drought.
Kansas' share of tobacco settlement funds has come in higher than expected for the second year in a row, prompting a debate in Topeka over where the extra money should go.
Kansas crime victims and a host of other advocates and public officials are rallying for victims' rights as part of a national awareness effort.
Kansas is honoring two Topeka officers who were killed on duty last year by adding their names to the Law Enforcement Memorial on the Statehouse grounds.
A Kansas official says the state expects to have results early next month from DNA testing done on remains from two men executed for the 1959 slayings that inspired Truman Capote's classic book, "In Cold Blood."
Salina Mayor Barb Shirley has joined a national group of mayors who support gay marriage.
Kansas agriculture officials say a new law taking effect in July will help a growing number of farmers' markets across the state.