Hours before snow was forecast to begin, more than 200 flights were canceled at airports in the northeast.
A photographer for The Kansas City Star was among several people arrested during the march.
A $225,000 settlement of a lawsuit filed on behalf of a former KSU football player who hanged himself at Larned State Hospital.
Police blocked many intersections and attempted to keep the marchers out of the street.
More than half of the fall layoffs at Sprint Corp. occurred at the Overland Park headquarters.
Falling gas prices. Soaring stock market. Unemployment at a six-year-low.
Granddaughter plans special birthday gift for 90-year-old grandfather.
Topeka community peacefully protest for change in Ferguson, Missouri.
Marcus Foster scored a game-high 23 points but it wasn’t enough to beat No. 3 Arizona at the Maui Invitational.
Properties sold off in Chapter 11 action.
Annual tradition also remembers the traditions of the base.
Wilson says “no way” Brown had his hands up at the time of the shooting.
KU students and faculty discuss how racism still happens in today’s society.
President speaks in Chicago in wake of overnight rioting
The Shawnee County District Attorney says he will not file charges against Topeka Police Captain Darin Scott.
Partially collapsed the roof, which made rescue attempts impossible.
The Governor and Mrs. Mary Brownback received two Christmas trees, courtesy of local farms.
The governor didn’t say when he would unveil a plan to plug the budget hole.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he’s “disappointed” by the violence that followed the Ferguson grand jury decision.
The National Transportation Safety Board have released the final report in the investigation of a 2012 plane crash that killed a Junction Ci…
Attorney Anthony Gray said the decision was a “direct reflection of the presentation of the evidence.”
Ferguson’s mayor said earlier in the day that the National Guard wasn’t deployed quickly enough as violent protests broke out.
The 28-year-old, who appeared in court Tuesday, has pleaded not guilty.