Earthquakes that have shaken parts of Oklahoma and Kansas will be the focus of an event dedicated to raising awareness about earthquakes.
Kansas would likely be forced to lay off prison guards, cut aid to public schools and reduce payments to health care providers and nursing h…
A Wyandotte County judge has ordered six days in jail for a community activist accused of having indirect contact with victims in a criminal…
TOPEKA, Kansas — There still is time to register or donate scholarships for the second annual Topeka Community Conversation on Poverty, to b…
It is just one of many recent incidents involving police officers around the country and has people asking: “Did the officer go too far?”
Preliminary data shows storms that hit Kansas in May prompted reports of 99 tornadoes in the state.
An Obama administration official says it could take at least three to five years for Iraq to overcome the Islamic State onslaught.
Colorado is full of all-inclusive ranch resorts where guests hike, fish, play horseshoes and roast marshmallows. This one has a new offering…
Says the murder indictment against Michael Slager is a small step on the road to justice.
After a federal judge ordered state officials to release him immediately.
South Carolina health officials say an eighth case of E. coli has been traced to a daycare center that’s now temporarily closed.
Top advisor said, without higher taxes, Brownback could make across-the-board spending cuts
Allen Hughes said the concept of floatation therapy took a long time to sink in.
Others urged calm until the facts are investigated.
Blurry surveillance video raises new questions about the fatal shooting of a Boston man by terrorism investigators.
The state with the longest-running real-world test of what happens when gay couples are allowed to tie the knot.
Has a reputation for brutality that belies the reform-minded ideals it was founded upon when it opened on an Adirondack mountainside in 1845…
Many other questions remain about the brash, elaborate breakout.