The parents of a girl who reported being inappropriately touched by a man while flying alone from New York to Iowa have sued.
The Better Business Bureau wants consumers to be cautious when making purchases at state fairs.
Data from a research center at Wichita State University shows economic misery was up slightly for Kansas in the second quarter of this year.
A San Antonio school district has suspended two football players from the team.
President Barack Obama says Republicans who stand in the way of helping workers have been wrecking the economy for “a long, long time.”
Kansas is preparing to release its first data from the revised statewide English and math tests given to students in the spring.
Infants are more likely to catch whooping cough from their siblings than their moms, says a study.
Walter Palmer intends to return to his suburban Minneapolis dental practice Tuesday.
A defiant county clerk is willing to stay in jail for her beliefs, but she’d prefer to be a free woman.
A 42-year-old man has died in a southeast Kansas lawnmower accident.
The Kansas Geological Survey says the latest quake struck Saturday night near the small Sumner County town of Caldwell.
Sea turtles laying eggs on southeastern beaches have rebounded from a nesting slump last year.
WPD responded to the scene of a body found Monday morning at Second and Topeka in downtown Wichita.
Driving around Charles City you may see several porches illuminated by blue lights.
A Durham golf course is using a unique memorial to help to raise awareness and money for military families who have lost a loved one.