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.
One of the areas dealing with the most flooding after heavy rain this weekend is Rice County.
Argonia schools will start late after a storm damaged the elementary and high schools July 22.
As strong currents continue to push from the north, fire crews in Sedgwick County are taking advantage of the rising water.
Residents in Ellinwood are cleaning up after a waist-high water affected several areas of town Sunday.
Residents in Hutchinson are waiting for the water to recede.
Rain-swollen rivers in southeast and northeastern Kansas have claimed one life and nearly took another.
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner has increased the toll from the May 20 tornado at Moore after the death of a 90-year-old woman critically injured in the storm.
Gov. Sam Brownback promises to move “aggressively” to nominate a new Kansas Court of Appeals judge, but he won’t pin down a date.
Unrepentant and unapologetic, a former Kansas police instructor was sentenced Monday to life in prison for the April 2011 shooting death of his wife.
A 18-year-old Reno County woman was swept away by floodwater Sunday night.
More than 1,100 former medical students at the University of Kansas Medical Center have received a total of $17.7 million in reimbursements for taxes they shouldn’t have paid.
Families in need can get assistance from the American Red Cross this week.
The fossa are from the island of Madagascar.