Gov. Sam Brownback says Kansas should defend the state constitution’s ban on gay marriage in court.
A guide to viewing the October 8th lunar eclipse.
A move aimed at controlling rising health care costs of the nation’s largest private employer.
Police in Wichita are searching for burglars who stole $24,000 worth of hunting bows from an archery shop.
More than 50 mothers and juveniles were rolling and playing with dolphins Monday a few miles off Laguna Beach.
Spokespeople for the FBI and DOJ weren’t immediately available for comment.
The big bird disappeared last week from Rock Creek Ostrich Ranch, located near the southern Lyon County town of Madison.
Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali is lending his support to a humanitarian organization that plans to open a clinic in his native Liberia to help…
She said she considered writing a statement, but each time would “cry or get angry.”
A 4-year-old girl mistakenly took hundreds of packets of heroin to her day care center and began passing it out to classmates.
The wide open spaces of his childhood are both his best chance for saving his political career and the biggest threat to it.
Developers say some of the projects are on hold until utilities agreed to purchase power from them.
Perhaps now, they are finally living up to those expectations.
A central Kansas sheriff says there wouldn’t be so many inmates in his jail if the courts had more judges and staff members to handle their …
A man caught leaving a house he had apparently burglarized apologized to the homeowner and offered him some heroin.
Apple and Google are working with automakers to mesh smartphones with infotainment systems.
One of four people charged with killing a Kansas couple has pleaded not guilty.
The Wall Street Journal says big roasters like Starbucks have already fixed prices through 2015.
For the purpose of evading U.S. immigration laws.
Rumors that a patient at a Kansas City hospital had Ebola were false, but they forced health officials to respond to stories that spread onl…
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His best years were with the Kansas City Chiefs, when he rushed for more than 1,700 yards in both 2005 and 2006.
The Chiefs seemed to have figured out their running game, which remains centered on Jamaal Charles.