Garry Shandling, who as an actor and comedian pioneered a pretend brand of self-focused docudrama with “The Larry Sanders Show,” has died.
Some fires are at 100 percent containment, but others are at 70 percent. Here is the 4 p.m. update
The City of Topeka has reached an agreement with Rep. John Alcala and he has agreed to drop his lawsuit.
SURPRISE, Ariz. — (AP) — Kansas City Royals reliever Tim Collins will need Tommy John surgery for the second time. The team said Thursday he…
The Senate approved the bill 32-5, and the House passed it hours later, 93-31, sending it to Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, who is expected …
On Thursday, Amazon, Inc. announced that it is opening a fulfillment center in Edgerton.
On Wednesday, an investigation that lasted several months led to the arrest of a 15-year-old in St. George, Kan.
The Kansas Senate has passed legislation that would require teachers to vote every three years in order to maintain their local union.
At 2:45 p.m. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback met with Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, the adjutant general and director of the Kansas Division of Emergen…
A slightly larger-than-life bronze sculpture of late James Naismith has found a home on the University of Kansas’ Lawrence campus.
A former University of Mississippi student pleaded guilty Thursday to placing a noose on the school’s statue of its first black student.
Critics of the Iran deal say the action would break pledges the administration made while selling the seven-nation agreement last summer.
Top Republican lawmakers hope to pass a school funding plan that would avoid an increase in state spending while attempting to satisfy a Kan…
Go to jail, or walk with a sign saying you’re a thief: those were the options presented to a man who was recently convicted.
The Los Angeles County coroner has ruled that a man who fell 53 stories to his death at the Wilshire Grand Center skyscraper construction si…
Little Sisters of the Poor, joined by six other religious groups, sue government of Obamacare contraceptives coverage waivers.
A study guide sent home to some Savannah-Chatham Elementary students is raising concerns from parents and administrators alike.
“Our country and our population were hit at its heart.”