Paul said in a statement that he will turn his full attention to his Senate re-election campaign in Kentucky. The 52-year-old ophthalmologis…
The first case of the illness being transmitted within the United States amid the current outbreak in Latin America.
The fire department says 50 percent of the house was involved and the high winds Wednesday morning didn’t help.
Strong earnings in North America and China and a reversal of fortunes in Europe powered General Motors to a record net profit of $9.7 billio…
Fire crews responded to Ogden’s Best Guns and Gun Range at 215 Fort Riley Avenue Tuesday night.
A Lawrence woman accused of fleeing to Europe with her two daughters has pleaded guilty to forging her ex-husband’s signature on official do…
Council members voted 5-2 Tuesday. The city approved initial plans for a new library about 10 years ago and bought the land for $3.69 millio…
Aggravated criminal threat is just one of the possible charges the individual who started the text threat at SHHS could face.
The field of potential presidential candidates is getting smaller.
The final month of the regular-season is underway for high school basketball teams. The ‘Full Court Press’ has a recap throughout northeast …
Should the state use taxpayer money to help send some students to private school?
Bruce Weber and the Kansas State Wildcats are preparing to play No. 7 Kansas, in Lawrence, on Wednesday night.
A consultant for airlines that use the Kansas City airport says a plan to renovate the airport is unacceptable.
Yahoo to lay off about 1,700 workers in CEO Marissa Mayer’s latest turnaround attempt.
Georgia’s oldest death row inmate, who was convicted of the 1979 killing of a convenience store manager, is set to be executed Tuesday.
Suzie Fritz, the Kansas State volleyball coach, has signed an extension through 2020.
“The reason they’re not truthful these days is they aren’t really depicting the importance and the involvement and the participation of peop…
Will stay behind bars after a federal judge called off a court hearing Tuesday to give his attorneys more time build their case.
Hearings on the bill are scheduled to continue through Thursday.
A proposed bill that would give the Kansas Department of Children and Families secretary the authority to cross-check lottery winnings again…
A prosecutor says a preliminary investigation shows that a 13-year-old Virginia girl died of a stabbing on the same day she disappeared from…
The 44-year-old Stewart was injured Sunday during an accident while he was riding an all-terrain vehicle somewhere on the West Coast.
Court documents show a federal raid of a hunting lodge in the Flint Hills capped a months-long investigation.
The massive winter storm and high winds that started yesterday in Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas are continuing to cause extreme travel diffi…
An inmate convicted in a Shawnee County murder in 1984 has died according to Lansing Correctional Facility.
Believed he bought the Internet domain Google.com for $12 when he was using the Google Domains website registration service last fall.
Next up: New Hampshire.
A 22-year-old St. Louis County man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for killing his girlfriend.
His lawyers will ask a judge to throw out the only criminal case lodged against him from the dozens of accusations that he molested women.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt says questions about how Kansas Supreme Court justices are chosen will remain until the state’s voters decide…
Iowa voters showed up to their caucus sites Monday in record numbers and a lot of those people are first time caucus participants.
The KSNT Storm Track Weather team is tracking sunshine along and south of I-70.
A federal judge is expected to consider whether the leader of an armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge should remain in jail.
The crash is under investigation.
The declaration follows North Korea’s claim last month to have tested a hydrogen bomb, the country’s fourth nuclear test.
how the new meal standard are affecting students in northeast Kansas
A suburban Kansas City dinner theater has spent $40,000 cleaning up after a norovirus outbreak sickened more than 600 people.
Authorities are seeking the public’s help investigating the death of a parolee whose remains were found near Wichita.