Kansas health officials say the state’s infant mortality rate has edged higher.
On Thursday morning, the Professional Arena Soccer League and Hartman Arena unveiled the new team called the B-52s.
Officials at Fort Leavenworth say Bradley Manning has arrived at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks to begin serving a 35-year prison term.
Arkansas City police busted an underage drinking party early Thursday morning.
Wichita police attempted to stop a pickup matching the Meritrust ATM break-in.
Now in their nineties, Paul and Margaret Miller met and married as teachers.
A fire that caused $400,000 in damage to College Hill Elementary on August 12 has been determined.
Oliver Edson is an ice cream truck driver for Frosty Treats in Wichita.
With help from Spirit Aerosystems, Center Industries Corporation hired 20 new people at its facility.
A Kansas consumer advocate agency says Westar Energy Inc. can get by with a smaller rate increase.
Lessie B. Cooper, Jr., 34, Fort Worth, Texas, was sentenced to 112 months in federal prison.
A former vicar at a Topeka church will be sentenced Sept. 27 after pleading no contest to sexually assaulting a boy who attended the church.
A new report says that 71 percent of Kansas farms now have access to computers.
A yearly awards dinner will pay tribute to Randy and Suzy Storms.
Braxton Kooser, 14, died after he was thrown from a tumbling SUV at the intersection of Webb and 87th St. North.