Teams from universities in Kansas and Missouri have won federal grants for developing sustainable products.
A Japanese lawmaker is being criticized for saying President Barack Obama was a descendant of black slaves and therefore would have been an …
A woman with a history of sneaking aboard airplanes has been arrested again at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
President Barack Obama says his upcoming visit to Cuba will advance U.S. efforts to restore ties with the communist nation and improve the l…
Advocates, school districts and colleges share concerns about youthful mistakes haunting students into adulthood.
A West Virginia man sentenced for a robbery in which $1 was stolen has been ordered to spend time in a correctional center for young adults.
A Massachusetts jury has found that several doctors who transplanted a diseased kidney from a deceased homeless man into a patient were not …
A statement posted from Raiola’s Twitter account said she had “peacefully ended her battle with cancer.”
Hillary Clinton isn’t the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, but she’s already good for its bottom line.
A former employee of a Waffle House in north Georgia has been arrested and accused of spiking a male co-worker’s drink with methamphetamine,…
A Manhattan woman killed in a crash this past weekend after a semi ran a red light was just two months away from getting married.
Separate accidents in Jackson and Wabaunsee counties injure four.
A memorial will be dedicated in April to three people who were shot to death at two Jewish sites in Kansas.
Toyota is recalling more than 1.1 million small SUVs in the U.S. because the seat belts might fail in a crash.
The Washburn women’s basketball team cruised past Northeastern State on Wednesday night.
It was a clean sweep for Emporia State basketball on Wednesday night against Central Oklahoma.
It was a rough night on the hardwood for both the Kansas State and Kansas women’s basketball teams.
Johnathan Mango, 31, is charged with 2nd degree murder for the 2006 homicide of Eli Clemens
Fire crews are fighting a blaze in a multi-story downtown Kansas City building where part of the movie “In Cold Blood” was filmed.
The FBI is investigating the attack, often called “ransomware,” where hackers encrypt a computer network’s data to hold it “hostage.”
Michael Brown’s family urged Missouri lawmakers on Wednesday to overcome politics and pass a law requiring police to wear body cameras.
Crews found a person sleeping inside the bedroom of a smoky apartment.
Winds could climb up to almost 45 miles per hour during the late morning and afternoon.