During the investigation, police arrested the child’s father, 42-year-old Michael Ray Hatfield.
According to fire officials, the fire started after a stove was left on in one apartment. The fire caused $750,000 in damage.
The Kansas Corporation Commission won’t allow Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy extra time to renegotiate a new merger.
Hobby Lobby is recalling more than 43,000 light-up spinner toys sold at Hobby Lobby and Mardel stores nationwide.
Josh Jackson signed the diversion agreement on April 26, according to Douglas County Court records.
We’re just 10 days away from the 2017 Riverfest, “River Madness.”
The Jackson County Medical Examiner has ruled Toni Anderson’s death accidental.
The Kansas Highway Patrol said a 90-year-old Wichita woman was killed Monday in a two-vehicle crash on K-254.
The head of Kansas’ child-welfare agency says she’s “deeply saddened” by the slaying of a 7-year-old boy.
A historic house, built in 1918 for former Kansas governor, Henry Allen is known to art lovers around the world, but not many Kansans.
Tulsa officer Betty Jo Shelby returned to work Monday, three days after the police chief decided she could come back.
Ryan Molloy said some people had their bags checked on the way into the concert while others did not.
Stanley Ford, 58, was charged with aggravated murder and arson, Akron police said.
The agreement involving 47 states and the District of Columbia is the largest multistate data breach settlement to date.
The NFL wants to bring back a little bit of Broadway back to an end zone near you next season.