Mayflies have begun hatching in the Mississippi River, emerging from the water in swarms that show up on radar like thunderstorms.
KDOT reports that the ramp is now open to all traffic and the incident has been cleared.
GOP lawmakers said they were attempting to unite behind a narrow package of changes.
The Kansas Supreme Court has overturned the death sentences of two brothers convicted of capital murder in the shooting deaths of four peopl…
Plotts had 39 unspent bullets on him when he was wrestled to the ground at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby.
A Manhattan resident reported that military equipment was taken from his vehicle which was parked and unattended at his home.
A man in Florida apparently got a dose of road rage karma.
The U.S. has seen the powerful rocket systems moving closer to the Ukraine border
The tornado traveled about eight miles, with some of that over water. Most of the damage occurred at the campground.
Authorities say the 3-year-old boy wearing only a diaper climbed into the Jeep Tuesday evening and knocked it out of gear.
A former employee of the Internal Revenue Service in Kansas City pleaded guilty to stealing taxpayers’ identity information to receive fraud…
“There were some issues between the doctor and the patient, but whether or not he actually feared him is unclear.”
More than 200 troops are guarding the site before French accident and criminal investigators arrive Saturday in the area.
Petition organizers say they collected more than 5,800 signatures, more than twice the number needed to put the issue to a vote.
“He has been gasping, snorting, and unable to breathe and not dying,” lawyer Robin C. Konrad told the judge over the phone Wednesday.
Engineers have been working to determine why an old, vacant building partially collapsed in downtown Kingman.
Tom Greer, whose collarbone was broken in the assault, told a television station he fired even though the female burglar told him not to sho…
Both victims were from Alexandria, Minnesota.
The GOP has already “opened the door for impeachment” by contemplating suing the president over his use of executive authority.
Prosecutors did not return calls Friday morning on the status of the case.
The employees sued in May 2012 after they were fired from the department.
Health officials are alerting the public about potentially harmful algae blooms in Kansas lakes.
Advocates of reducing penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana in Wichita turned in petitions to the city seeking to have the que…