The 18-year-old woman from Manhattan initially attended an “all-you-can-drink” party thrown by ASU fraternity members.
Three people from New York and one from Atlanta are charged in Johnson County with selling fake tickets.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today put out a new list of vehicles, increasing the number from 4.7 million to 7.8 milli…
People fled Parliament by scrambling down scaffolding erected for renovations.
A Canadian official has identified the dead Ottawa gunman as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau.
Polls have shown the race to be a dead heat, despite Kansas’ conservative leanings.
The purpose of the filing is to receive a judicial determination regarding the validity of the petition.
People who gathered to remember basketball coach Wayne McClain say it was like him not to reveal he was ill with cancer.
He had been granted a visa in Tijuana on Monday.
Police in Lee’s Summit announced the municipal charge against the 50-year-old driver on Wednesday.
His wife’s drinking seemed to be tearing the family apart.
Charles took a vicious blow from Brandon Flowers when he dove into the end zone in the Chiefs’ 23-20 victory Sunday.
Obama announced earlier this year that if Congress didn’t pass immigration legislation, he would act on his own.
The CDC has compiled a list of their most asked questions concerning Ebola and are answering them through a special Q&A.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says the semi was westbound when it rolled onto its side and landed in a ditch.
Former Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston issued a statement Wednesday saying the ad exploits the case for political gain.
The autopsy offers no insight into why Wilson killed Brown.
Police say a Canadian soldier who was shot as he stood guard at a war memorial in the country’s capital has died.
Anyone with information regarding these incidents are asked to contact the Washburn University Police.
The spread of the lethal virus remains “persistent and widespread” in West Africa.
Now scientists have found the rest of the dinosaur and have new descriptions for it: goofy and weird.
Former U.S. Justice Department official Kenneth Wainstein released his findings Wednesday.
Earnhardt’s issues began in late August 2012 when he crashed during a test at Kansas.