With TV viewers awash in choices, how can a network bolster a freshman hit’s chances of repeating its success in year two?
Pope Francis opened the way Monday to a quick beatification for Oscar Romero.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says no curfew will be in place early Tuesday morning in Ferguson, and the National Guard keeping watch there will h…
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts says drug cartels are enticing Central American immigrants to come to the United States to work for their operations h…
A group that dresses like a SWAT team and carries weapons but has no law-enforcement training or authority of any kind.
A memorial fund has been set up for the children of a Reno County jail deputy and his wife who died in a motorcycle crash during the weekend…
An owl flew into a 10th story apartment, apparently opened a bird cage and killed one of two canaries inside.
Gov. Sam Brownback is campaigning on his administration’s efforts to fight against what he calls federal government overreach.
Unemployment rates rose in 30 U.S. states last month, even as employers in two-thirds of the states stepped up hiring.
The attorney for the family of an unarmed black teenager fatally shot by police says a private autopsy confirms witness accounts that he was…
A special wedding was held Saturday at an unusual venue: an assisted living center.
A woman reported being pistol whipped by two Hispanic men who then took her vehicle.
A warrant won’t be issued for the arrest of Gov. Rick Perry following his indictment on two felony charges of abuse of power.
KDHE has issued a boil water advisory for the public water supply located in the city of Clifton in Clay and Washington Counties.
President John Bardo says if the project is completed, the size of the campus would increase by about 50 percent.
Lawrence has a provision in its city smoking ordinance that directs the fire department to enforce a 2010 statewide smoking ban.
Kansas City, Kansas, police say an officer shot and wounded a man suspected of being involved in a homicide last week.
Kansas’ commissioner, Sandy Praeger, a Republican, said the jury is out on whether some insurers are back to shunning the sick.