Authorities in northeast Kansas say a small alligator spotted in a lake was shot and wounded in the snout before it could be rescued.
More wet weather is on the way for drenched Kansas counties where swollen rivers are raising new flooding fears.
The fire feature at the Keeper of the Plains will not be operated until the water level recedes, and water washes away a sidewalk near Lincoln Street dam.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 12, Newton city crews will begin picking up tree limbs downed in Monday night’s storm.
The food of the future could do with a pinch of seasoning — and maybe some cheese.
Wichita fire crews responded to the Equity Bank Building at Kellogg and Rock Road Tuesday morning.
A 83-year-old Wichita woman died after injuries she sustained in an accident Sunday morning on Oliver Street in Wichita.
Arachnid infestation in air traffic control tower triggers evacuations, delays flights at Kansas City International Airport.
The company also announced it would be postponing its second quarter earnings release.
A sinkhole estimated to be about 90 feet deep is drawing so many curiosity seekers to western Kansas that the landowner is pleading for people to stay away.
Authorities in Douglas County say they’ve seized 25 pounds of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $1 million.
A man accused of making secret video recordings of people undressing in downtown Lawrence stores will be back in court in September to hear evidence against him.
Kansas legislative leaders have appointed a joint committee to review Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s proposal for revising the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law.
Kansas State fans have a new, comfortable way to show their support for the university.
City officials in Pratt are thankful that the 100 mph wind that hit the city last night didn’t do more damage.