Washington and Beijing have recently clashed over matters including territorial disputes.
The strongest winds were about 80 mph.
Wamego: ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’
Kansas soccer lost for the first time against a Big 12 opponent this season.
Police Chief pleads with shooters on social media to surrender.
Has had the medical condition for 20-years.
New Administration point man has no medical record.
E-mails, lawsuits and petitions – the latest on Topeka’s purchase of Heartland Park Racetrack.
Latest polls this week have some surprising numbers.
Robber gets undisclosed amount of cash.
The American Red Cross and Topeka Fire Department are trying to dispel fire myths through a new campaign.
A Kansas man is going to prison for stealing more than $50,000 from a 75-year-old disabled woman.
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Less than a year ago Arizona was ground zero in the clash over gay rights.
A federal judge has ordered Wyoming to allow same-sex marriage but has stayed his decision so that the state can appeal if it wants.
This week’s theatrical movie releases, including “Fury” starring Brad Pitt, and the Nicholas Sparks romance “The Best of Me.”
The U.S. general overseeing the campaign on Friday predicted that the jihadists will be “much degraded” by airstrikes a year from now.
Accused of breaking into a home and grabbing a 3-year-old child before police wrestled the intruder away.
The Royals 7 game track to the World Series
Test your knowledge of the Kansas City Royals.
Democratic nominee for Kansas insurance commissioner says he hasn’t found any senior citizens who are unhappy with the way their Medicare is…
Cards issued by the federal government will now have an internal chip replacing magnetic strips to reduce the potential for fraud.
The playoff-perfect Kansas City Royals. The tried-and-tested San Francisco Giants.
Ordered to pay more than $189,500 in restitution for embezzlement that occurred while she was in office.
Despite scientific recommendations against it, a Kansas commission voted to remove a snake species from the state’s threatened species list.