A steady stream of visitors has been filing into the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics in Lawrence to wish the former U.S. senator a happy 90th birthday.
The Kansas State Historical Society says the former Franklin Elementary School building is now one of about 1,300 Kansas sites on the national list of historically significant properties.
A 67-year-old veteran convicted of possessing grenades at his Eureka apartment is scheduled to be sentenced in October.
Paleontologists long have debated whether the Tyrannosaurus rex was a vicious killing machine or a scavenger.
Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for an Arizona inmate who escaped from prison and is accused of killing a retired couple who was traveling through New Mexico.
It could have been a tragedy as police find two young kids in a home, their mom asleep, and food burning in the kitchen, and now the mother is arrested.
Some prominent Kansas Democrats expect their party’s top candidate for governor to emerge by Labor Day for a challenge to Republican incumbent Sam Brownback.
Outraged protesters are taking to the streets in a hundred cities across the country tonight including Wichita after a neighborhood watch volunteer was found not guilty for the shooting death of an unarmed teen.
Authorities meeting Saturday with residents of Southlake Village apartments. Some apartments were heavily damaged during a 32-hour standoff with Jared Woosypiti.
A small plane made a hard landing early Saturday morning.
Wichita police are investigating after shots were fired at a late night garage sale.
Two people from Oklahoma have died in a crash at an intersection near Parsons in southeast Kansas.
One person is in serious condition following a shooting in east Wichita early Saturday morning.
Allegiant Airlines says Arizona’s summer heat can increase mechanical issues.
A south Wichita church is taking additional precautions after thieves stole copper from them three times in the last 10 days.