It’s time for the Big 12 basketball tournament in Kansas City, Missouri.
“In all my years, I’ve never known a kinder soul, and he will be dearly missed by all of us who knew him.”
Police in Fairfield, Connecticut, are investigating the discovery of two dead skunks with a sign reading “Obama Stinks.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office at 785-457-3353.
A former University of Oklahoma fraternity member who was shown in a video chanting a racial slur has issued an apology, as have the parents…
An Olathe school isn’t taking any chances and is testing about 350 students and staff for tuberculosis after they came into contact with an …
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will be headlining the National Farmers Union convention meeting in Wichita.
Protesters in Madison are hoping to mount another major rally over the fatal shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer.
No charges have yet been filed against the driver, though law enforcement officials said Tuesday that was still under consideration.
“Topeka has a lot of amazing talent, a lot of incredible people here, but they’ve just never had a place to gather.”
USD 336 disapproves of Governor Sam Brownback’s education cuts.
Worries about delays in Brownback’s income tax cuts.
City Manager removed by city council following report being published.
Find out what area fire departments are saying about out of control fires as we enter burning season.
The Kansas City Royals’ perfect start to Spring Training came to an end with a loss on Tuesday against the Chicago White Sox.
One company looking for nearly 100 employees
A racially offensive video from a fraternity at of the University of Oklahoma has sparked outrage nationwide.
For those fans of DOCTOR WHO, no explanation is needed.
The verdict could tarnish the legacy of Williams, a reliable hit-maker who has won Grammy Awards and appears on NBC’s music competition show…
“I have emphasized that there is zero tolerance for this kind of threatening racist behavior at the University of Oklahoma.”
Tracking a weather pattern that is somewhat out of the ordinary.
Wind and weather conditions will determine when to burn.