The show was part of the school’s award-winning half time show only without the overhead lights.
While on patrol near Game 6 of the World Series.
Who knows what’s on deck Wednesday night when Giants visit the Royals in the 37th winner-take-all game in Series history?
Would allow nonprofit, religious, veterans and other organizations to hold raffles as fundraisers.
The retrial of a Lawrence man convicted of killing his wife in 2004 is stalled while he seeks a new prosecutor.
A local dentist is helping out the less fortunate with a new incentive.
The trial of a Kansas man accused of beheading a man with a guitar string will not be moved out of Osage County.
Thomas Cunningham was injured south of Lawrence on Tuesday.
A Topeka man goes out of his way to save his neighbor’s life. He says he was “just doing the right thing”.
You’ve seen them in the World Series coverage, learn what they’re all about!
Former VP claims she was fired for protesting potentially improper cost-saving measures.
The latest on the US Senate and Governor’s races.
Washburn Police are still searching for a suspect but now they have a lead.
DNA has linked a Missouri inmate serving 30 years in prison for sodomy and forcible rape.
Entered his plea Tuesday and will be sentenced in January.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation and no injuries have been reported at this time.
Snyder and Currie will each donate $2,500 to allow the university’s residence halls to re-open early during Thanksgiving weekend.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach says that’s not a lot of money, in litigation terms.
The lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Ten brands of baby wipes are being recalled nationwide because they may be contaminated with bacteria.
Kansas City turns to a 23-year-old rookie Yordano Ventura in a rematch of Game 2 starters.
A Kansas man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for his role in a carjacking.
A proposed $9 million downtown fieldhouse is one step closer to reality in Salina but the process is far from complete.
And while admission doesn’t cost any money, it is for a good cause.
Kansas changes when high school students take the pre-ACT.