Crime, Fire & Courts
The Kansas Supreme Court has denied a request from Democratic legislative leaders to intervene in the appeal of a ruling on school finance.
An attorney for an eastern Kansas sheriff who tipped off his lover that she was the subject of a drug investigation says the woman's name should never have been revealed in a petition seeking his ouster.
When police were dispatched to a fight on campus at Haskell University over the weekend, they didn't realize that they would be the ones suffering injuries.
A former eastern Kansas sheriff is accused in a civil ouster petition of tipping off his alleged lover about a meth investigation.
Kansas court officials say up to 25 percent of the state's court reporters will be eligible to retire in the next three years, leaving a big gap in courthouses.
Lawrence fire crews battled a two-alarm house fire Friday morning near 27th and Louisiana streets.
Topeka police say an Indiana fugitive is jailed after leading police on two brief car chases.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill altering the way judges are appointed to the state Court of Appeals.
The sentencing of Adolfo Gomez Jr. has been delayed yet again. This is the fourth time the sentencing has been pushed back.
A Wisconsin man has been charged with joining a cyberattack on Wichita-based Koch Industries organized by the computer hacker group Anonymous.