A Lawrence city commissioner vented about leaving “flaming bags of poo” in Topeka after the city’s third recent release of raw sewage.
Told a guard during the booking process that she had tried to kill herself in the past.
A clarification by the FCC permits phone carriers to allow customers to block unwanted calls according to 45 attorneys general.
George, who is third in line to the throne, has attracted huge media attention since his birth on July 22, 2013.
The man accused of slaying of nine black church members in Charleston last month has been indicted on dozens of federal charges, including 1…
Young swimmers are coming to the Capital City for a competitive swim meet that draws hundreds from a dozen different states.
Tracking the rapid rise of the red mercury AND the humidity across Northeast Kansas. Some of the hottest weather so far this year is on the …
Nearly a year since Michael Brown’s death roiled racial tensions.
New partnership between KU and Westar Energy will fund research of solar energy.
Arguing they have “significant competitive interests” in the outcome of the litigation.
A Colorado man has pleaded guilty to a charge stemming from flying a plane containing more than 200 pounds of marijuana into a southeast Kan…
Police say a Maryland woman strangled her 5-month-old son before jumping to her own death from the roof of a Baltimore parking garage.
The Kansas Department of Revenue says it’s still processing paper tax returns but should be finished soon.
A Missouri woman is dead after her vehicle slid sideways into a Kansas lake and became submerged, trapping her inside.
Although the state’s ranking for children’s overall well-being remained the same, according to the annual Kids Count report.
Says spending significant time in jail doesn’t seem just for an act of civil disobedience in which no one got hurt and no property was damag…
Jurors quickly dismissed the claim of James Holmes that he was legally insane when he killed 12 people and injured 70 others in a Colorado t…
The Chattanooga gunman who killed five U.S. troops acted alone without help from anyone else