A man was arrested Thursday shortly after police say he stood on a subway platform and opened fire on “L” train as it pulled into a downtow…
President Barack Obama is all in with his economic pitch. The American public is not. Over the next 27 days, either the public or the presid…
The court states until Kansas law is changed, no same sex marriage licenses will be issued.
Kansas Public Safety officials made a pitch for railroad crossing safety Wednesday but they took an unusual approach to do so.
Hospital prepares for something they hope it never sees.
A hundred dollars can buy a lot of things but for some locals it bought blood, sweat and calloused hands.
He tried to board a plane to Turkey.
University spokesman Chris Kelly says the school can’t comment.
The strongest growth is expected to be in the service sectors such as education and health.
Southwest was able to recoup most of its $6.8 million loss through a state program and some local funds.
Pushing the average number of applications in the past month to an eight-year low.
The mother of a black 18-year-old who was killed by an off-duty St. Louis police officer says her son wasn’t armed.
Police say the man immediately became confrontational with officers and ignored their demands.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office confirmed with Kansas First News Thursday morning.
A petition to force a public vote on Heartland Park has been delivered to city hall just two days before the deadline.
Involving a motorcycle and passenger van.
After years of rumors, there are finally plans for a new “Ghostbusters,” and it will be led by a female cast.
A Wichita couple who left their 18-month-old son in an apartment closet have been sentenced to one year of probation.
Charged in an August traffic accident that killed a pregnant woman and the premature baby she delivered before dying.
Kansas authorities are searching for a man who they say led officers on a chase that reached speeds of more than 100 mph.
Political advertisers are a mystery in Kansas more than in any other state.
The KU Baby Lab is studying babies’ methods of communicating now to predict language development later.
The cost is $50 per person, all the proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society.
Only 450 tickets are sold to the event and it is sold out every year.