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Police say no crime was committed when woman pulled photos of twin babies off of social media and claimed they were her own children.
Oklahoma farmer creates tribute to airmen at nearby Tinker Air Force Base that only they can see.
The state has issued an emergency license suspension for a Wichita home day care where a toddler was severely injured by a lawnmower.
Kansas First News Sports Reporter Matt Gasper assisted Emporia State student athletes with mock interviews.
An American doctor infected with Ebola left his isolation unit and warmly hugged his doctors and nurses on Thursday.
The GAO said the relevant committees received phone calls from May 31 — the day of the transfer — to June 1, with written notification comin…
An Assistant Professor of Music at Kansas State University can add an Emmy to his list of accomplishments.
The “challenge” encourages teens to douse themselves in an accelerant and then set fire to their bodies.
Jamaal Charles returned to Chiefs practice Thursday for the first time since hurting his foot last week.
“We need to have all of our options open.” Texas Gov. Rick Perry told a standing-room-only crowd at the conservative Heritage Foundation.
The St. Louis police chief has released 911 audio, surveillance video and cellphone video of the fatal shooting of a knife-wielding man.
Both “Sin City” movies are double layers of aesthetic idolatry.
Nixon announced what he called a systematic withdrawal of Guard officers on Thursday.
The decommissioned aircraft carrier USS Saratoga has left its port in Rhode Island for its final journey to Texas, where it will be scrapped…
An official at Emory University Hospital stressed that their release poses no public health risk.
The location of the three bodies was revealed by the melting snow, but getting to them was another matter.
‘Tis clearly the season for exceedingly attractive young adults in mortal peril.
Haysville police say a man was holding a bleeding woman at knife point before an officer shot him to death.
Some educators in the Topeka school district have had illegal access to data that identifies students from low-income families.
About 20 students gathered on the lawn in front of the Student Union Wednesday.
The deal calls for the bank, the second-largest in the U.S., to pay a $5 billion cash penalty.