Six elephants from southern Africa are settling in ahead of their exhibit’s grand opening scheduled for Memorial Day weekend.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore now faces possible removal from the bench over his effort to block gay marriage.
Canadian officials fear a massive wildfire could double in size by the end of Saturday as they continue to evacuate residents.
The Royals, after playing like the defending World Series champions for the first month of the season, have run into an unexpected skid.
Backlash is building against a group that wants to bring a retreat to the Wichita area that advocates the marriages of children as young as …
An SUV driven by the alleged driver hit a van filled with people from Starkey, Inc., a nonprofit that helps those with developmental disabil…
The Washburn baseball team surrendered a bases loaded walk in the 10th inning and lost 3-2 to Central Missouri on Friday night.
High school baseball, softball, and soccer scores from May 6, 2016:
Pitching e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative to smoking just got a lot harder.
For higher educated and skilled workers, April offered plenty of jobs. The landscape was tougher for blue-collar and lower paying positions.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. dropped by five this week to 415. A year ago, 894 rigs were active.
Joe Schrag Invitational Team Scores BOYS (Top 5): Seaman – 133 Washburn Rural – 127 Topeka High – 126 Shawnee Heights – 109.5 Silver Lake –…
The number of lawsuits accusing a former physician assistant at a VA hospital in Kansas of sexual abuse has grown to at least five.
Federal officials have cited a national agricultural marketing firm with exposing workers in Kansas to grain dust and fall hazards.
A Missouri judge has ordered one of two teens accused of fatally stabbing a suburban Kansas City woman to stand trial as an adult.
More than 80 Pittsburg-area community members have gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking of a new casino that was delayed for months.
Report: Haskell Indian Nations University needs between $111 million and $123 million to get its aging facilities up to par.
A spring festival that highlights Kansas products, music, food and places is opening this weekend.