The theft was caught on video surveillance.
Chants of “Let’s go Royals” mingled with speeches by local politicians, team officials and players masked the melancholy of the 3-2 loss.
The annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner is less than a month away and plans are already in place to provide meals to the homebound.
An autopsy was scheduled.
That bowl of chocolates for ninjas and ghosts won’t cost you more this Halloween. Picking the perfect sweet for your Valentine could.
Is appearing in a new television ad for the three-term Republican incumbent.
Police will out monitoring the City throughout the evening many in unmarked Police cars.
The Kansas State Board of Education has identified four candidates for state education commissioner.
Here’s how they’ve done over the years.
Pros and cons of the Shawnee county ballot measure
Crimed alleged to have used internet based pornography.
Students at Washburn University are taking a stand against sexual violence on campus.
Retailer plans to open store right after Royals win in Game 7 to sell collectible T-Shirts.
A woman whose body was found in a burning Missouri house had broken up with the man accused of killing her and later himself.
Believed to be the oldest person ever charged with capital murder in Kansas.
Pleaded guilty Wednesday to making a false claim to a federal agency and identity theft. Tyler lives in Wylie, Texas.
Education officials want to make sure that testing process goes as smoothly as possible.
An opportunity for the Washburn campus community and the construction team to celebrate an important milestone.
The annual Business Expo was sold out Tuesday.
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.