Airport officials are now have projects in the works to repair it while making other improvements.
During the shutdown, its responsibilities have been transferred to centers in Cleveland, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Minneapolis.
The Kansas City Royals clinched their first playoff berth since 1985 by beating the Chicago White Sox on Friday night.
It’s that time of year again.
Spectacular catches and impressive touchdowns highlighted week four of action on the Football Frenzy.
Vatican says commission violated its own rules.
Videotaped apology from Chief while rank and file wear bracelets supporting officer.
Clooney and wife-to-be arrive in Venice.
Could be highest price ever paid for a Manet painting.
Get a ticket in Missouri? You could be entitled to a refund.
Twenty years of memories burned before an Ogden, Kansas family’s eyes. Damage has been put at about $100,000.
Twenty-years of hard work and memories burned to the ground right in front of their eyes.
Emergency crews are on the scene of an injury rollover accident Friday afternoon involving one vehicle.
Officials in Lawrence are investigating the theft of two days’ worth of mail addressed to the Municipal Court.
Moore police have asked the FBI to aid in the investigation.
One woman was killed, her head severed. The other is hospitalized.
Could the White House be hinting at when President Barack Obama might nominate a new attorney general?
The daughter of the BTK serial killer is criticizing writer Stephen King for making a movie partly inspired by the Wichita case.
A metro radio station falsely identified her as a porn star, and there was a chance she could get more.
Woman was convicted in July of mistreating and conspiring to mistreat a dependent adult.
KSU researcher makes a speech at Washburn University on his direct experience with the Ebola virus.
“The Boxtrolls” hits theaters this weekend.
The attack comes in the wake of a series of videotaped beheadings by the Islamic State militant group.
Kansas City plays the New England Patriots on Monday night.
Fall 2014 enrollment is the university’s largest ever at 24,766 students, up from 24,581 students a year ago.