Paul Davis and William Lawrence filed a Sept. 30 lawsuit seeking a preliminary injunction. They filed an amendment Tuesday for class action …
An environmental group alleges in a lawsuit that a Kansas City amusement park is discharging polluted water into Missouri River tributaries.
Kansas City already has exceeded the 81 homicides it recorded in 2014 and is on pace to end the year with around 100.
A 47-year-old man has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison for sexually assaulting a toddler while recording the acts on his cell.
A dog owner in Memphis was attacked and killed by his dog just hours after adopting it and only days after being at the shelter. What are th…
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Last Wednesday that group issued a list of 15 demands for the University of Kansas to end discrimination.
On Wednesday afternoon, the MLS announced Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Tim Melia was the winner of the ‘Comeback Player of the Year’ awar…
On Wednesday evening, the MLB announced Dallas Keuchel of the Houston Astros is the American League Cy Young winner.
On Wednesday evening, the MLB announced Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs is the National League Cy Young winner.
On Wednesday afternoon, Wichita State announced Athletic Director Eric Sexton will step down from his position next month.
The Seaman Vikings head football coach, Blake Pierce, will be stepping down as the team’s coach.
The Department for Children and Families Secretary will decrease the standard of evidence from “clear and convincing” to “preponderance of t…
Republican legislators say a plan requiring “inclusion and belonging” training for everyone at KU would squelch conservative thought.
A 56-year-old New Mexico man has pleaded guilty to transporting a 13-year-old Missouri girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
A Missouri lawmaker is seeking a special legislative session aimed at preventing Gov. Jay Nixon from allowing Syrian refugees to resettle in…
Several hundred state jobs are open for application, including dozens of medical positions at state-run hospitals.
The Kansas agency that investigates child abuse plans to lower the standard of evidence needed to substantiate a claim of abuse or neglect.