The nonpartisan national security organization of over 500 retired admirals, generals, and other retired senior military leaders calling for…
Firefighters in Alaska rescued a Boy Scout after a 3,000-pound boulder tumbled onto him at a Juneau camp, pinning his legs.
A Topeka senior center has announced free classes for senior adults in the Capital City to learn about the worldwide web.
Scientists have released the first up-close images ever of Pluto and its big moon Charon. And they say they’re amazed.
Congressional Republicans said they will investigate whether Planned Parenthood is selling organs from aborted fetuses.
The company in charge of demolishing a highway overpass that collapsed and killed a construction worker in January.
July 15th brings attention to scams targeting military members and their families.
Sen. Jerry Moran’s re-election campaign says the campaign has more than $2.3 million in cash on hand for the 2016 general election.
Although the number is small, chronic wasting disease was confirmed in more Kansas deer this past year.
As they hit the All-Star break with a big lead in the AL Central, they found themselves reveling in seven players chosen for the Midsummer C…
Says getting rid of Kansas’ moot statutes would help avoid any possible confusion about the matter in the future.
Amazon aimed for Christmas in July with its much-hyped “Prime Day” sale. But some shoppers found a lump of coal instead.
Casting the historic accord as the only possibility to avert a nuclear arms race in the Middle East and reduce the chances of war.
The Kansas Lottery set new records in Fiscal Year 2015.
A teenager who survived a small plane crash, then managed to find her way off a rugged Washington state mountainside finally made it home
First-degree murder charges against an imprisoned sex offender in the disappearance of two sisters from a suburban Maryland mall in 1975.
Health officials say the geographic areas where Lyme disease is a bigger danger have grown dramatically.
The City of Topeka says starting next month utility customers can choose to go completely paperless.