A ruling upholding a copyright infringement verdict over the hit song “Blurred Lines” will be appealed
Kansas vehicle customers will be able to renew their tags online on the last day of the month without worry of a ticket.
A animal control officer says she was skeptical when a man called to report a 4-foot-long carp in a ditch.
Wichita police are searching for 19 guns that were stolen from an east Wichita apartment.
Obesity is among the leading causes of military ineligibility among people ages 17 to 24.
A federal judge says a Kansas agency must release the results of its internal investigation into the death of a northeast Kansas boy.
The National Weather Service has rated the tornado that hit three miles southeast of Nickerson as an EF-3.
A woman is dead after being struck by a train Tuesday afternoon in downtown Emporia. It happened around 1:30 p.m.
A former K-State Men’s Basketball player, Will Spradling, is asking for your help.
Supporters say it will help some districts fill voids left behind by teachers retiring or leaving the profession in recent years.
At least one commissioner warns the Zoo, Exploration Place and others may get funding cut.
A religious liberty group is now threatening to sue over the ongoing Native American sweat lodge dispute at the Wichita VA hospital.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reduced flows from Tuttle Creek Lake since a 15-foot sinkhole was found near the lake.
Wichita police say six skimmers are known to have been used in Wichita, and only one was intercepted by police since last week.
The campaign finance team for Gov. Sam Brownback’s re-election has been working to pay off legal fees and debt from the election.