US trying to break a 28-year games “drought”.
Hayden H.S. senior Brogan Heinen received the TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year award.
A look at the “Open Door” shelter in Junction City.
A handful of players from Northeast Kansas will suit up in the 42nd Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl this summer.
Carlton Bragg committed to play basketball at Kansas but mistakenly said Kentucky.
Topeka police also warn of increasing auto thefts.
The father of a 5-year-old girl pulled his daughter from the back seat of his car and then threw her off a bridge.
The People’s Choice Awards honor stars in television, music and film and are selected through online voting.
Charged with fatally beating and stabbing her 10-year-old son while he was in bed.
Brownback’s spokesperson tells Kansas First News that the campaign followed all applicable laws.
No cause or damage estimate has been determined.
Took over one of the worst programs in the history of major college football and turned it into a national contender.
Connecticut Supreme Court rules teen must continue to undergo chemotherapy against her will.
Michigan family terrified as they’re dragged 16 miles after rear-ending tractor-trailer.
Cold snap brings record-setting temperatures to much of the nation.
A tour bus crashed Thursday near the Arizona-Mexico border, injuring more than 20 people.
Collapsed at a school during a recreational soccer practice.
Calling his attorney “God” and asking her to translate a Bible in Swedish.
Firefighters rescue dog after it plunged through thin ice.
Fort Bliss increased random vehicle searches and checks of proper registration Wednesday.
City Manager Jim Colson gives statement on Court of Appeals decision Thursday afternoon.
Europe’s resurgent far-right and anti-immigrant parties trumpeted a unified message: I told you so.