There were no blackouts last season, because the minimum number of tickets were sold for every game, and only two blackouts in 2013.
Lawrence jury says 20 year-old should spend 50 years in prison for roommate’s death
Man sentenced for selling designer drugs around the world.
New research funded by farmers aims to breed a wheat variety for people who can’t eat wheat and other grains.
Numerous locations across the state will be lighted in orange to mark Work Zone Awareness Week
Kansas utility company to return money to customers.
Both Mosier and Bruce are expected to be confirmed by the full, GOP-dominated Senate.
Kansas is among 10 states sharing $200 million in federal grants to expand employment programs for food stamp recipients.
Cruz wasted no time this morning announcing his presidential candidacy on Twitter.
Shockers continue to dance. Now headed to the sweet 16.
Shockers face Notre Dame in next match-up.
A crowd gathered in Oso, Washington, on Sunday to honor 43 people who lost their lives a year ago in the deadliest landslide in U.S. history…
A 21-year-old Southern California man accused of trying to join the Islamic State group vowed revenge and identified with the Charlie Hebdo …
The company will criss-cross the country this year handing out ice cream from the back of the emissions-free vehicle.
The University is celebrating 50 years of the “Wilcox Collection of Contemporary Political Movements” at the Spencer Research Library.
The blaze killed three girls and four boys ages 5 to 16 — all members of the neighborhood’s tightknit community of ultra-Orthodox Jews.
The World Health Organization, on Thursday reclassified the herbicide glyphosate as a carcinogen.
Stormont-Vail Healthcare and St. Francis Health said they would benefit if fewer patients were uninsured.