A Pratt man was convicted Monday of attempted murder in the second degree of a law enforcement officer.
The U.S. Geological Survey now says a 3.9-magnitude earthquake struck extreme northern Oklahoma late Monday.
Kellogg Co. is recalling about 10,000 cases of its Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles in 25 states over listeria concerns.
The Great Bend City Council looked at possibly demolishing four houses that were deemed unsafe at Monday night’s meeting.
The Goddard School District’s transportation mechanics are driving bus routes due to a bus driver shortage.
Grain surpluses drive down the price of a bushel, lowering farmers’ incomes.
The Ellsworth County Attorney released new details in officer-involved shooting. It happened Thursday night.
Corn harvest is 17 percent finished in the state. Usually 29 percent is done on average by this time.
Monday morning Liz Willis returned home after competing in the Paralympics.
Street and storm water drain improvements will have Pawnee at Interstate 135 closed.
An employees union has received complaints that managers kept some employees from receiving superior ratings on reviews.
The Eisenhower Memorial Commission announced Monday that Ike’s relatives now support the memorial designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Kansas budget woes haven’t touched the state’s executive aircraft, which is getting a new paint job.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 3.2 magnitude quake hit with an epicenter just to the north of the town.
Victim advocates are criticizing a Kansas judge’s recent reference to the novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” in an alleged rape case.