Johnathan Mango, 31, is charged with 2nd degree murder for the 2006 homicide of Eli Clemens
Fire crews are fighting a blaze in a multi-story downtown Kansas City building where part of the movie “In Cold Blood” was filmed.
The FBI is investigating the attack, often called “ransomware,” where hackers encrypt a computer network’s data to hold it “hostage.”
Michael Brown’s family urged Missouri lawmakers on Wednesday to overcome politics and pass a law requiring police to wear body cameras.
Crews found a person sleeping inside the bedroom of a smoky apartment.
Winds could climb up to almost 45 miles per hour during the late morning and afternoon.
On Wednesday, Pie Five Pizza announced it is opening a location in Manhattan at 623 North Manhattan Avenue next to Varney’s.
During a dunking demonstration, a member of the team completely shattered one of the backboards. The video has gone viral within the last 24…
The Kansas Senate has overwhelmingly confirmed Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s secretary of administration despite lawmakers’ questions.
President Susan Wagle of Wichita said Wednesday that she’s comfortable with her decision to remove GOP Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook.
The Spring Career Fair played host to nearly 140 organizations and businesses. That is the largest turnout in nearly 10 years.
Both the Kansas State Wildcats and Kansas Jayhawks baseball season’s begin on the road this weekend.
Chelsea Clinton attended an organizing event at the Hillary for Kansas office in Overland Park.
A man killed his 31-year-old niece and 4-year-old great nephew for financial gain before fatally shooting himself in a downtown Indianapolis…
ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee has decided to leave, the network announced Wednesday.
A bill designed to lessen the amount of time the Kansas Legislature is in session has advanced in the state Senate.
A northeast Kansas school district has come up with a way to improve student safety after a scary situation last fall.
Concerted Republican opposition to considering President Barack Obama’s pick for the Supreme Court showed early signs of splintering.