One of four people charged with killing a Kansas couple has pleaded not guilty.
The Wall Street Journal says big roasters like Starbucks have already fixed prices through 2015.
For the purpose of evading U.S. immigration laws.
Rumors that a patient at a Kansas City hospital had Ebola were false, but they forced health officials to respond to stories that spread onl…
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His best years were with the Kansas City Chiefs, when he rushed for more than 1,700 yards in both 2005 and 2006.
The Chiefs seemed to have figured out their running game, which remains centered on Jamaal Charles.
A Missouri woman has pleaded guilty to three felony counts in a failed attempt to have two men kidnap her daughter from the child’s father.
A Kansas man has been sentenced to life in prison in the killing of his ex-girlfriend who was found stabbed 27 times in her burning home.
The event begins at 6 p.m. featuring local races for Saline County Commission and state Legislature. The congressional debate starts at 8 p.…
A new poll says the Kansas governor’s race between Republican incumbent Sam Brownback and Democratic challenger Paul Davis is a toss-up.
Kansas State Fair officials say great weather and attractive entertainment acts helped push this year’s attendance.
The buildings were cleared and the investigation is ongoing.
Loss discovered while church members were feeding meals to the needy.
Will the state fight an ACLU threatened lawsuit?
The dismissals are the first since Congress passed a law this summer.
Officials say plant was briefly evacuated.
State Supreme Court acts on federal appeals court ruling
Rice honored at West Point.
New state program offers help to assist nearly 2,000 Kansans
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in medicine Monday.
In court documents, Duncan was alleged to have obtained a $15.2 million construction loan.
Abu-Jamal is serving life in prison for killing Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner in 1981.
Attorney General also weighs in on high court ruling.
Koster says Missouri’s future will be “one of inclusion, not exclusion.”