It always hits the cast hard when they realize they’re back on the set of “X-Men.” Quite literally, they’re going to get punched.
The first case of a superbug that cannot be killed by an existing antibiotic has been discovered in the United States.
Periods of heavy rain expected into Memorial Day Weekend – flooding remains the primary concern.
Several high school baseball and softball state quarterfinal games were suspended or postponed due to severe weather on Thursday.
After the tornado that roared through Dickinson County Wednesday night, residents who sustained property damage got some help.
Union officials say Wichita teachers have approved a plan to lengthen the school day and shorten the year.
A suburban KCMO man has been ordered to spend two decades in prison for causing a deadly car wreck while fleeing police.
The Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission has launched a new campaign finance website that officials say might not address the public’s need…
A 42-year-old Wichita attorney is running for Congress as a Democrat in the 4th Congressional District of south-central Kansas.
The Kansas City Royals have placed third baseman Mike Moustakas on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a torn anterior cruciate ligament …
A federal indictment in southern Kansas accuses 13 people of roles in an identity-theft ring involving more than $3.5 million of thievery.
A man has pleaded guilty in southeast Kansas to a charge linked to the 2014 shooting death of a 20-year-old Pittsburg State University stude…
With all the tornados today and this wee, now would be a good time for homeowners and renters to make sure they’re insured, before the unthi…
Some residents in Dickinson County are still cleaning up following Wednesday night’s tornado that carved a 26-mile-long path through Kansas.
Wednesday night’s tornado that just missed Chapman was an EF-4 with estimated peak winds up to 180 mph.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli visited Dickinson County and the Abilene area today.
Two Wichita men accused of allegedly trying to rob a Park City liquor store were charged in federal court Thursday.
Residents are boarding up their windows and bracing for the next round of storms. Some are without power.