Researchers from Kansas, Michigan and Nebraska are modifying an oilseed for use as a potential diesel replacement.
When Larry Plaggerman was 59, he ran the Boston Marathon. Twenty years later, the Salina man has difficulty even walking short distances.
Police responding to a 911 call at about 3 a.m. found 33-year-old Edena Hines lying on the street with multiple stab wounds to the chest.
It will be located in the former temporary building set up by Mercy Hospital Joplin following the 2011 tornado.
The Missouri House is working on new intern rules aimed at preventing sexual harassment after recent scandals led two legislators to resign.
Julian Bond, a leading figure from the 1960s civil rights movement who served as chairman of the NAACP after a long career in politics, died…
A Kansas woman faces an upgraded charge in the stabbing death of a man whose body was dumped in a river in northwest Missouri.
A Nevada sheriff’s deputy was killed early Saturday after a man opened fire on law enforcement officers responding to a domestic violence ca…
Crews weren’t able to get to the man until after the flames were put out.
Several people had mailboxes thrown through their car windows and one had some of their lawn art thrown through car windows.
An Indonesian airliner went missing after losing contact with ground control during a short flight in bad weather in the mountainous provinc…
Many were in tears as Vice President Biden stepped down from the podium.
Characters from some of the biggest movies including “Star Wars,” ”Toy Story,” and “Avatar” are coming to Disney theme parks.
A Facebook exchange took a turn for the worse Saturday afternoon in Topeka, after three men were robbed at gun point.
The details matter in a first impression. But things like handshakes, eye contact and standing confidently aren’t often taught in schools.
Oklahoma authorities say a man wanted in the shooting and wounding of his wife in northwest Oklahoma has been arrested.
At least 13 percent of Kansas’ 286 school districts are expected to ask top state officials for more money to address their budget problems.
The campaign, which was announced at a news conference Friday, will urge businesses to report new hires for collection purposes.