One of the longest-serving Cabinet members
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is listening to Kansans for feedback about how batterer intervention programs are certified.
Police are searching for a car stolen from a Manhattan apartment complex.
President Barack Obama says he won’t sign another temporary government funding bill after the current one expires on Dec. 11.
Efforts to identify a body found at the Fort Riley military base are taking more than a week.
“He’s lucky to be alive, and we’re grateful he’s alive.”
The state’s new Commissioner of Education says schools need to become more focused on the student, not the system.
His trial in the Hannah Graham case is set for July. He faces a possible death sentence there.
The case of a suburban Kansas City official who was kicked out of office for allowing a homeless friend to sleep in City Hall.
Obama spoke at times with anger in his voice and the muscles in his jaw tensed up as he seemed to struggle to find the right words.
Wichita State University is commemorating the 45th anniversary of a crash that killed 31 people aboard a plane carrying the school’s footbal…
The community, where people like to hunt deer, elk and bear, echoes his push to protect gun rights.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the Equus Beds aquifer is recovering thanks to Wichita’s water conservation efforts.
The investigation is ongoing.
Students in a classroom next door heard several shots, one right after the next, and their teacher told them to leave.
Clint Bowyer will spend next season with HScott Motorsports before he takes over for Tony Stewart in 2017.
Live weather map animation shows Hurricane Joaquin’s path in the Atlantic Ocean.
With Hurricane Joaquin approaching the East Coast, the National Hurricane Center is asking for additional balloon launches.
As of Thursday night, two of the patients were listed in critical condition, and one is serious.
Hundreds of state workers have been shuffled into new positions at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and other agencies.
The identity of the victim was identified as a 59-year-old woman from Berryton.
Two storm-related deaths have already occurred in the Carolinas, where heavy rain has fallen for days.
The director of the organization that runs a Pennsylvania university’s bookstore is apologizing for selling a 6-inch inflatable doll called …