Prince George turned 1 on July 22, 2014. A look at him and his parents
The encounter was an unintended consequence of the New York Police Department’s embrace of the policing tactic called “Broken Windows”
LeBron James has sent cupcakes to his neighbors to apologize for the ruckus caused by the announcement of his homecoming earlier this month.
Additional details of the visit, including the location of his speech, were not immediately available.
A district court judge candidate in western Kansas paid a fine to settle a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.
The Sukhoi-25 fighters were shot down Wednesday over an area called Savur Mogila.
Police say they weren’t notified of the incident until late in the day Monday.
Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced the new cases on Tuesday, bringing the total in the county to 11.
Taylor’s campaign with federal regulators shows about $42,000 of Taylor’s cash contributions came from April through June.
Police received reports Tuesday night of shots fired at the Wendy’s on west 6th Street.
How consumers can protect themselves when it comes to working with contractors.
Mike Moustakas hit a pair of home runs as the Kansas City Royals snapped their four-game losing streak.
Plan comes after US Supreme Court rejects parts of Affordable Care Act
6-4 vote eliminates one key element from last week’s discussions.
Kansas State was one of five teams that met with the media during the second day of the Big 12’s Media Days in Dallas on Tuesday.
A bill passed allowing four state office buildings to be sold.
This tennis court isn’t going to be used much at night because these light poles have no power.
Thomas Robinson underwent surgery to repair a ligament in his right thumb.
9/11 commission issues new recommendations for preventing future terrorist attacks.
Eight injured when driver plows into insurance agency office.
Former Jayhawk Brandon Rush signed a two-year deal with the Golden State Warriors.
Republican Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas was among a host of Republicans to declare support for McDonald.
Kansas City schools will remain unaccredited for a while longer as students prepare for a new school year.
Guard & Reserve numbers higher than active duty members.
The ignition switch defects that engulfed General Motors are now a rapidly growing problem at Chrysler.