When it comes to canine stars, like their human counterparts, sometimes it’s all about the look.
“Ted 2” asks a question that we never needed, or particularly wanted, to know the answer to:
The nation’s oldest and largest flag manufacturer has decided to stop making and selling the Confederate flag.
Trying to close in on two murderers who escaped from a maximum-security prison more than two weeks ago.
Sheriff’s deputies in North Carolina had little trouble identifying a break-in suspect whose wallet and ID were left at the scene.
Will join leaders of other state universities in refusing to keep a raise recently approved by the Board of Regents.
Investigators are trying to determine why the driver of a pickup truck drove into the dugout at a baseball diamond in a Wichita suburb.
Police have identified a 38-year-old Hutchinson woman whose body was found in a creek bed.
A motorcyclist has died after colliding with a Missouri highway maintenance truck in Kansas City.
Sentenced to nearly two years in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper reached his 10,000th Twitter follower with a noteworthy addition.
Actor William Shatner is scheduled to pass through Wichita this week on a trip to raise money for the American Legion.
A ruling that overturned six convictions against a former Kansas doctor and his wife whose pain clinic is linked to 68 overdose deaths.
A long-running “border war” that saw both states using economic incentives to persuade businesses to move.
Organizers say they will be creating a human, peaceful barrier between the protesters and the families.
Protesters from several southern states have demanded politicians move to remove Confederate symbols from state grounds.
Police say they discovered a cache of weapons inside the home of the man they think is responsible for Monday’s backyard explosion.
The report says Gray’s death could not be ruled an accident and is instead a homicide because officers didn’t follow safety procedures “thro…