Gas prices have fallen again in the capitol city, staying well below $3 a gallon.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Lawrence Police Department at 785-832-7509.
The department has also serviced all equipment and operators have undergone training in anticipation of winter weather.
Two people inside the truck were taken by ambulance for possible injuries.
Live competition begins tonight on “The Voice”.
Sentenced for more than four years in federal prison for preparing false income tax returns.
Without action, same-sex marriage licenses could be approved after 5:00 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Snow storms and frigid temperatures take hold in several states.
Under legal precedent, “the police have no affirmative duty under the Fifth Amendment to notify a person being interviewed that an attorney …
The FBI and other federal agencies are investigating.
Michelle Obama is telling women to be bold in their next career step, and don’t “be modest.”
The zoo announced the winning name Monday.
The man’s injuries were non-life threatening, and the investigation into this matter continues.
Authorities are calling her death an apparent suicide.
McDonald’s is recalling a Hello Kitty-themed whistle given to children in Happy Meals, citing a chance they could choke on some of its parts…
Tom Witt of Equality Kansas said his group is advising couples to get married quickly.
VA Secretary Robert McDonald said it will bring a singular focus on customer service to an agency that serves 22 million veterans.
The Kansas City Chiefs returned to their practice facility the following day and went through the game film in all its gory detail.
A state lawmaker from southeast Kansas has won re-election after canvasses in his House district confirmed the victory.
Train runs over man sleeping on tracks, but leave him without a scratch.
GM says it is standard procedure to start ordering parts before a recall decision is made.
Kansas City, Kansas, police say a sword-wielding man was shot to death after he threatened people with a sword.
Industry quickly pushed back. CTIA-The Wireless Association called Obama’s proposal a “gross overreaction” that would ignore other viewpoint…