The terror attack on a festive Bastille Day crowd in France killed 84 people. Here are portraits of some of the victims.
Emporia residents celebrated the return of the iconic Twinkie at the Twinkies Festival Saturday.
Wichita Police are on hand at a women’s health clinic in east Wichita as anti-abortion protesters plan to gather this weekend to protest.
Strong storms blew through southwest Kansas Friday evening, pounding the area with heavy rain and high winds.
No one was apparently seriously injured in a crash of a small plane at an airport in the Butler County town of Beaumont, Kan.
Carlos Cortez recently presented a check to Let’s Help for an annual GED scholarship in honor of his father, Pablo Cortez, who passed away l…
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir arrived in Rwanda to attend a summit of African leaders, defying an international warrant for his arrest.
Recordings from law enforcement body and dashboard cameras will not be considered public records in North Carolina.
A Wichita, Kansas, man has been sentenced to a year and a half in federal prison on prostitution-related charges.
A prayer gathering has kicked off a week of anti-abortion activities planned to observe the 25th anniversary of the “Summer of Mercy” protes…
Despite a state of emergency following two recent terror attacks, authorities in France are facing criticism that they should have done more…
Three Kansans who are superdelegates to the upcoming Democratic Party’s National Convention are endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
A feature film written by a Kansas City area native has been awarded Kansas City’s first $60,000 rebate under a new incentive program.
Wichita city officials are moving ahead with a plan that would make drunken bicycling a misdemeanor.
The Wichita Police Department said it’s thankful for the outpouring of support in preparation for Sunday’s community cookout.
A Pennsylvania man was charged after police say he sprayed fluid used to embalm a human brain on marijuana that he then smoked.
“He loved to fly. He lost his life doing what he loved to do.”
So far this year, 700 license plates have been stolen in Wichita. Here’s a tip on how to prevent that from happening to you, and what to do …