When disaster strikes, Kansans respond to help a friend or neighbor who is suffering.
The ceremony has become a tradition, and a way for those in the community to pay their respects.
The display included an lD-047plane that was in commission before WWII.
The parade moved south into downtown North Topeka before finishing off at the Noto Arts District.
The site says users have to be anywhere from thirteen to 99-years-old.
An Indiana woman is in jail– accused of living with her husband’s corpse for nine months.
Health care workers treating Duncan were to follow CDC protocol that included wearing protective gear.
Royals take game 2
Ronald Beau Marshall, 24, was taken into custody on felony counts of arson.
The U.S. attorney’s office asked a judge to defer Kim’s prosecution to allow him to undergo a pretrial diversion.
They tried to run off the trestle between Refugio State Beach and Gaviota State Park, but three were hit by the train.
“We knew a second case could be a reality, and we’ve been preparing for this possibility.”
Airstrikes alone might not prevent Islamic militants from carrying out a massacre.
Kevin Harvick won the Bank of America 500 on Saturday night in Charlotte.
The Topeka RoadRunners scored four first period goals to knock off the Odessa Jackalopes on Saturday night at Landon Arena.
The Kansas City Royals scored two runs in the top of the 9th inning and held on to beat the Baltimore Orioles in game two of the ALCS on Sat…
The Emporia State Hornets lost to the Pitt State Gorillas on Saturday afternoon.
The Washburn Ichabods were shut out by the Central Missouri Mules on Saturday afternoon.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys held on to beat the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence.
The Kansas Jayhawks kicked off their basketball season on Friday night with their annual ‘Late Night in the Phog’ event.
Former Kansas State Wildcat David Garrett was killed near in his hometown of Cleveland early Saturday morning.
The latest three are a nurse, a hairdresser, and a hospital cleaner.
Mukpo, of Providence, Rhode Island, is the second Ebola patient treated at the Omaha hospital.
Navajo Nation spokesman Deswood Tome says the male officer was shot in the face Saturday.
The statewide summer reading program is a collaborative effort by the Governor’s Office.