A 26-year-old man was sentenced to 120 days in prison for a wrong-way accident that killed a man in downtown Kansas City.
The victim was identified Friday as Abraham Rostro.
State universities are facing massive budget cuts from the state so now they’re looking to the students to make up some of those funds.
Luke Bresette was killed at an Alabama airport in March when a flight information board fell on him.
A ribbon cutting in Emporia is the first step towards American again being able to enjoy Hostess Twinkies.
Police in Kansas City, Kan., have recovered a stolen vehicle they believe was used in a carjacking and up to a half-dozen armed street robberies.
Two new cases of hepatitis have been reported in a health scare involving patients of a Tulsa oral surgeon whose clinics were found to be unsanitary.
Petitions have been placed at businesses throughout the city seeking signatures from people opposed to parole for William P. Kessinger.
Police say the man broke into a vacant home on North Piatt and was living there for a few days as he stripped it of copper pipe.
Testimony in the trial of Brett Seacat has wrapped up with the defendant denying he shot and killed his wife and set their house on fire to hide evidence.
It happened in the 600 block of South Tyler Road around 9:10 p.m. Thursday.
A state legislator from western Kansas is resigning later this month, saying he wants to spend more time with his family and can’t juggle legislative duties with a growing business.
A Kansas soldier was killed in Afghanistan on Monday.
For the first time this year, the monthly total of Kansas concealed carry applications dropped below 3,000, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Thursday.
Wichita police say an 18-year-old was found early Thursday morning with a gunshot wound to the leg.