A 22-year-old Riley County man was jailed for producing and selling controlled substances.
The Kansas Court of Appeals says the University of Kansas can’t expel a student for offensive tweets he sent from off campus.
A taxedermied moose is getting a lot of attention for his tailgating antics at Royals baseball games.
A 37-year-old central Kansas man accused of leading law enforcement on a slow-speed chase in a stolen combine.
Other Kansas Republicans were complimentary of Boehner, including former presidential nominee and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole.
Cloud cover will decrease through the night tonight, from the east to the west, as the storm system we’ve been tracking moves out and dimini…
Michael Waltrip Racing officially filed an appeal Thursday of the championship-crippling penalties levied against Clint Bowyer’s team.
When Jeff Gordon takes the green flag for Sunday’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, he will set the mark as NASCAR’s new Iron Man.
Says she is switching to the Republican Party because she feels abandoned by Democrats in her fight against same-sex marriage.
State Dept gets new emails from Clinton’s private server that she did not turn over.
The accident is still under investigation.
A little girl in Knoxville, Tennessee is already walking in preparation for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on September 26.
Critics say the large amphibious vehicles are built for war, not for ferrying tourists.
According to a new study one in 10 pregnant women in the U.S. admit to drinking alcohol. One-third of those women also binge drink.
Wichita officials are considering a plan to end penalties for people who ride bicycles at night without headlights.
The officer, seven-year police veteran Bernardo Zavalza, was placed on administrative leave while the crash is investigated.
On Friday morning KSHSAA announced its classification changes for the 2016 and 2017 football seasons.
Rep. Tim Huelskamp of Kansas said “it’s time for new leadership.”