A bill Tuesday that would make Nebraska the first traditionally conservative state in more than four decades to abolish the death penalty.
A police officer in a suburb of Albuquerque was shot and killed during a traffic stop.
Five Kansas City Royals players are well on their way to being selected to the MLB All-Star Game.
The information included tax returns and other tax information on file with the IRS.
Courtesy: Kansas State Athletics MANHATTAN, Kan. – As construction continues on schedule for an early August completion of the Vanier Footba…
Following intense pressure from its consumers on social media, a major clothing provider has pulled down one of its shirt options.
Rare scientific mirage phenomenon occurs when perfect weather conditions align.
You watch as a car drives into water that looks shallow. Once in the water, the car is overcome by the power of the water.
Authorities say a car pulled from a northeast Kansas lake last week contained the body of a man missing since 1992.
“There were trees going everywhere, and the house caved, and just a lot of popping noises.”
The Kansas Department of Revenue is planning to change the way it notifies residents that they need to renew their vehicle tags.
The Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball team is under investigation for alleged improper benefits to players.
The victim was transported with non-life threatening injuries to a local hospital.
The vacation house where two families were to spend Memorial Day weekend was already gone, swept down the swollen Blanco River, when Carissa…
Making them the latest big food companies scrambling to distance themselves from ingredients people might find unappetizing.
President Barack Obama is urging the Senate to renew the government’s power to search Americans’ telephone records, saying public safety dem…
Was shot to death last Wednesday by a fugitive who was fatally wounded by another officer.
From Texas to Nebraska, flooding has forced homeowners and animals to evacuate to safety across parts of the southern plains.