Hendrick Motorsports swept the Daytona 500 qualifying races.
Wabaunsee and Cair Paravel Latin School met in a girls basketball matchup in Topeka.
Welcome home celebration held Thursday night.
First egg of season from pair of American Bald Eagles.
Junction City tries to fix land bank issues.
Local Latino leaders are leading the fight against a controversial Senate bill known as “The Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
Kansas City police are investigating after a woman’s body was discovered in a well at a Kansas City park Thursday.
The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a bill to ban a procedure used in 8 percent of the abortion in the state.
Salvador Perez set major league records last year, catching 158 games and 1,389 2/3 innings, including 15 games and 141 innings in the playo…
“So this site is at the heart of what would become America’s labor movement.”
A new government report shows Kansas had 800 fewer farms last year compared to 2013.
A special prosecutor says he won’t press charges against a former Kansas City councilman who had been accused of choking a one-time aide.
Searched online for ways to silently kill before using knives to stab to death his first three victims.
Police say a suspect has been arrested in a road-rage shootout that killed a Las Vegas mother of four.
Defying a statewide ban on gay marriage after being granted a license under a one-time court order because one of the women has cancer.
The infections occurred even though the instruments had been cleaned according to the manufacturer’s instructions, the hospital said.
The return of the mascot of the Joyland amusement park was such big news that it was re-introduced during a media briefing Thursday.
Joyland closed in 2004 due to economical troubles and safety concerns.
An A-list actor spent time getting to know and befriending a police department.
Jeff Gordon is backing away from the possibility of running more races after this year.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is spending $1 billion to make changes to how it pays and trains U.S. hourly workers.
Cass Ballenger, a nine-term congressman who also served more than a decade in the North Carolina Legislature, died Wednesday. He was 88.