Scott had fought cancer since a diagnosis in late 2007.
Kansas Highway Patrol and the Shawnee County Sheriffs Office are currently responding to an accident off of NW 86th and US 75 HWY involving …
The Kansas Jayhawks overcame a four-point halftime deficit to knock off UNLV on Sunday afternoon in Lawrence.
The Wichita State Shockers improved to 2-0 in Missouri Valley Conference play with a win over Illinois State on Sunday afternoon.
Falling prices of oil and natural gas will could have an effect on state taxes.
Snow shoveling, pet safety and driving on the road… how to staying safe this winter.
The patient will be observed for any signs of Ebola throughout the virus’ 21-day incubation period.
Germantown Police posted a note on his department’s Facebook page Saturday.
“Mexican cartels are flooding the U.S. marketplace with their cheap methamphetamine.”
The U.S. sanctioned 10 North Korean government officials and three organizations.
He’s also receiving a lifetime achievement award this month from the National Opera Association.
“It took me two seconds,” he said, “to find out these were from a soldier.”
The man inspected his Mazda sedan and saw the very much alive animal trapped in the grille.
He has now graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in economics.
Officers repeated a stinging display of scorn for the mayor despite entreaties to put anger aside.
The agency will issue a preliminary report on the crash in about 10 days.
Police Lt. James Espinoza says the shooting happened Saturday night.
A new program provides low-interest financing for energy upgrades.
Fire Chief Kim Forbes said the situation “could have been a lot worse.”
Widowers, parents, siblings and children are sharing accounts of their grief as part of the largest study ever.
Federal statistics show about 216,000 adult and juvenile inmates are sexually assaulted each year.
Six-year-old Etan Patz’s disappearance heads to trial 35 years later.
Saline County Commission can’t eliminate four administrative positions while a court case proceeds.