Federal regulators say a Union Pacific line has reopened a day after two trains collided in central Kansas.
A fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control facility that shut down the city’s two airports Friday was intentionally set by a contract …
The school will hire an architect for a hall that will be designed to provide a more intimate setting than White Concert Hall.
Couple pleaded guilty to a $567,000 bank fraud scheme involving construction projects in a Lee’s Summit subdivision.
Kansas authorities are looking for five girls who left a youth care facility in Newton.
If you know anything about the robbery– you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers.
More than 2,400 claims were filed, with the largest being for more than $93,000.
A Flint Hills family is offering access to its 4,600-acre ranch to Wichita State University for research.
The candidates for Kansas insurance commissioner are having a forum next month in Wichita.
Salina police arrested a 21-year-old man who they say led police on a chase after they caught him drag racing.
The teddy bear drive starts Friday and will continue through Sunday. A monetary fund for the girl is also set up at Capital City Banks.
The Kansas City Royals trimmed their magic number to one game as KC defeated the White Sox on Thursday night.
Washburn Rural avenged last year’s Class 6A playoff quarterfinal with a win over Manhattan.
New variation on a common theme
Accident occurred near Perry-Lecompton High School.
Federal Grant helps to grow international research
USD 501 seeking Director of Racial Equity to focus on racial equality with its faculty and staff.
FBI refuses to name the man or his nationality.
Both men are from northeast Kansas.
The Emporia State Hornets (1-2) hit the road to take on Northeastern State (0-3) at 6:00pm on Saturday night.
2 little girls are being used as part of a new scam in the capitol city.
A grand jury is expected to get the case of a man accused of fatally shooting three KC residents and brutally beating two others who later d…
About 200 soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley will deploy to Iraq to advise Iraqi forces confronting ISIS.
Holder, for his part, said he was proud of what the department had accomplished but said that work remains to be done.
The American Petroleum Institute said the standards were crafted in cooperation with regulators and the rail industry.