with a “great smile on her face” and said she was there to “feed the pigs.”
Jim Griffin hasn’t been seen since he went for a hike Monday.
Kansas lawmakers have a plateful of potentially ugly decisions ahead to close state budget shortfalls.
Kansas already has more fatalities than it did at this point last year.
The last communication between the pilot and air traffic control is made at 6:13 a.m.
In his eulogy, the mayor said hearts citywide were broken after the Dec. 20 shootings.
Tyler J. Stewart, 24, died at Flagstaff Medical Center after he was shot by a man who was a suspect in a domestic-violence case.
Via-Christi confirms the boy died of his injuries at 10:46 p.m. on Dec. 26.
An AirAsia flight from Indonesia to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control.
The Topeka RoadRunners beat the Wichita Falls Wildcats in on Friday night inside Landon Arena.
Former Ottawa High School basketball star Semi Ojeyele has transferred from Duke to SMU and will be eligible in December 2015.
A group called the Lawrence Creates Makerspace brought a 120-year-old tradition back to life.
The Kansas Supreme Court has reversed the murder convictions of a Salina man.
Police union officials have blamed de Blasio for fostering anti-police sentiment for his support of protesters.
Bush will remain in a Houston hospital through the weekend after experiencing shortness of breath earlier this week.
The trees are a natural de-wormer for goats, and pine needles have vitamin C.
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“Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest,”
For farmers, food hubs provide distribution, marketing and, in some cases, processing and storage.
19-year-old Joshua Williams was being held Saturday on $30,000 bond.
Twenty-two participants had a chance to walk up the 296 steps of the Capitol dome.
Members of the Joplin Area Organist’s Association organize “organ crawls” to visit some of the state’s best instruments.
The army’s chief commander of ground forces, described the unmanned aircraft as a “mobile bomb.”
His presidency is still driven by high ambitions but his power to achieve them is running out.
Diplomats say privately that Washington hopes to boost staffing in Havana, currently at about 50 Americans.