Gov. Sam Brownback signed a bill on Thursday allowing Kansas residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit.
A former Kansas City bank employee pleaded guilty to embezzlement and not paying taxes on the money.
Kansas was the first to see H5N2 in the Central Flyway, now followed by South Dakota.
A Wichita sports league says it plans to begin awarding varsity athletic letters to disabled students.
He asked them to pray that he, too, might be cleansed of his “filth.”
A dangerous calm has descended on this city north of Baghdad as Iraqi bomb squads fan out to remove booby traps and explosives left behind b…
A French prosecutor says that investigators have identified body parts from all 150 people aboard the plane.
Said that she is “disappointed but not surprised.”
Chris Douglas and Kathy Sarris both appeared at a press conference Thursday to announce changes to Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration A…
Indiana lawmakers unveiled an amended bill earlier in the morning. They still need approval from the Legislature and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence…
State lawmakers are acting on a proposed fix to the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act that would provide new protectio…
Some middle schoolers were recognized as “Champions of Character.”
Police say a man apparently fatally shot his wife and two young sons before killing himself at their family home in Tulsa.
She originally contended it happened accidentally when she removed a gun from their dog’s mouth.
Police say the burglary occurred at the Top Shelf Vapors store on March 8, 2015.
Two school districts plan to end the school year early to save money.
Replaces past president and CEO Terry Cook, who resigned from the position in November.
Olathe police say an investigation into an officer-involved fatal shooting of a Gardner woman last month indicates she refused police orders…
Two Missouri residents have pleaded guilty in federal court to transporting a person across state lines for prostitution.
A couple from northern England has defied the odds — again — by winning a million pounds ($1.5 million) in the lottery for a second time.
The whiff of a Whopper made hundreds of customers hungry for a Burger King special Wednesday — “Flame Grilled” cologne.
A sign of a strong job market despite evidence of tepid economic growth in the opening months of 2015.
It’s not just people who love the food in New York City. So do certain ants.
A pay bump for workers at some McDonald’s restaurants isn’t likely to ease the pressures the chain is facing over labor issues.
Francis urged the priests in the pews to take a rest, but to also embrace the “good and healthy tiredness” of being a good pastor.
Germanwings said Thursday it was unaware that the co-pilot of its plane which crashed in the French Alps last week had suffered from depress…
A Russian fishing trawler sank in just 15 minutes early Thursday in the icy waters off Russia’s Far East coast, killing at least 56 of its 1…
A new study finds a link between poverty and a decreased brain size.
Investigation panel meets on complaint against Democratic lawmaker Valdenia Winn.
Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall will remain with the Shockers after agreeing to a new deal.
Measure designed to cut down on cash assistance fraud.
Statistician wants explanation of high GOP turnout in some Sedgwick County precincts.
Emergency crews use a mock disaster drill to be ready to react the real thing.
A national treasure that pays tribute to a fallen Topeka Police Officer, is back in the capital city for the first time since his death.
Dozens fill the capital voicing frustration
A man wanted for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia is Wednesday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Kansas saw an increase last year in the number of abortions using a procedure banned under a policy that is expected to take effect in July.
Topeka native Aaron Crow will undergo Tommy John surgery and miss the upcoming season for the Miami Marlins.