The Kansas Jayhawks ran away from Texas Tech after halftime in Lubbock on Tuesday night.
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The accident is still under investigation.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 6 Americans gets food poisoning each year.
Deputies locate Scott James Buchheit, charged with rape & sodomy of minor.
Executive says Williams has responsibility to be truthful and uphold high standards of news division.
No reason given for departure.
why religious leaders want to do away with the death penalty
For the last year we’ve been telling you about Topeka’s eyesores. Now city leaders may finally be getting somewhere.
Was forced to make an unscheduled stop in Kansas City after a passenger went into labor.
Emergency crews responded to a multiple vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon at 61st and Auburn Road.
When it comes to getting children vaccinated, these states don’t mess around.
Says expanding the scope of “protected classes” of state workers is the legislature’s job, not the governor’s.
Mueller was taken hostage in August 2013 while leaving a hospital in Syria.
May be drastically narrowed as the Kansas Legislature looks for greater efficiency.
Actor Vince Vaughn, who starred in the movies “Wedding Crashers,” ”Old School” and “Swingers,” will serve as grand marshal for the upcoming…
That were reduced or eliminated as the state dropped income tax rates in recent years.
Police continue to investigate the matter.
Residents in the area of Fairlawn to Auburn Rd., 21st to 51st Street continues to be the target for outgoing mail thefts.
Following confirmation of her death, her family released a letter Mueller wrote from captivity.
Curious? The posters for “Fifty Shades of Grey” coyly ask.
Proposals to increase the state’s minimum wage and set higher wages on public works projects.
The last time Powerball grew nearly so large was February 2014.
Proponents of strong voter ID laws say they’re designed to combat voter fraud.
A bill closing most of a projected $344 million shortfall in the state’s current budget.