The Washburn men’s and women’s basketball teams lost to Pitt State on Wednesday night.
The Emporia State women’s basketball team beat Missouri Southern on Wednesday night. The men’s team lost in overtime.
Gregg Marshall won his 221st game with Wichita State on Wednesday night, making him the winningest coach in Shockers history.
The Vermont ice cream maker has created four flavors using a certified vegan almond milk base.
While the court has been under construction, hearings and court business have been held in the basement of the municipal building across the…
Wednesday was National Signing Day throughout the country, and several area athletes signed their National Letters of Intent.
At least nine cases of the mosquito-borne illness have been detected in Florida.
The sting happened at a Motel 6 near the San Jose airport, where the Broncos’ Murphy was detained and questioned Tuesday.
A police spokesman says there were never any disciplinary issues involved, so there’s nothing preventing them from serving in a different ca…
Toyota is killing its youth-oriented Scion brand after learning an important lesson: Young buyers simply want Toyotas.
Eddie Tipton is awaiting trial on charges alleging he fixed jackpots worth millions in Kansas and other states between 2005 and 2011.
Right now there are 286 public school districts in the state of Kansas, but a bill lawmakers are considering would force smaller districts t…
There was no wrestling between “quality” and “quantity” in recruiting for Kansas coach David Beaty this year. He was desperate for both.
The biggest question surrounding Kansas State on national signing day was not which players would sign but the uncertainty of Bill Snyder’s …
At least 10 people have been sickened with a gastrointestinal illness after visiting an Overland Park Buffalo Wild Wings last week.
The Kansas Senate overwhelmingly approved, 38-1, a bill that would lessen penalties for first and second-time marijuana possession.
A former branch manager of a Manhattan bank was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison Wednesday.
Chief Justice Lawton Nuss said Wednesday after his State of the Judiciary address that changing the selection process is unnecessary.