Millions of Americans have already filed their taxes, and many others have not yet hit send or put them in the mail.
One person was killed Monday in a shooting at a North Carolina community college.
A woman accused of dumping her quadriplegic son in the woods to visit an out-of-state boyfriend remains hospitalized.
Reno County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a fatal crash. It happened Saturday night near Turon.
A Kansas State University laboratory says it is seeing an increase in rabies cases so far this year.
Mark McConnell happened to be visiting the Cleveland Zoo at the exact time a 2-year-old fell into the cheetah exhibit.
Dean Headley, a marketing professor at Wichita State, co-authors the annual report that was released Monday.
Sen. Marco Rubio is telling his top donors that he is running for president because he feels “uniquely qualified”.
Nineteen people were hurt when a double-decker bus heading from Chicago to Atlanta struck a semi.
Jurors deciding whether to convict former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez of murder are back for deliberations.
Officers stopped a car leaving the area with a 30-year-old victim who had gunshot wounds in the abdomen.
A renovated planetarium at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is officially open for business.
A former Hostess Brands bakery in Lenexa will reopen this summer, providing about 100 jobs.
Principals and district-level test coordinators in several school districts say issues with Kansas’ computerized tests have been “isolated.”
A judge is considering whether there’s enough evidence to try a Lawrence health care attendant with first-degree murder.