United Airlines says Jeff Smisek has stepped down as CEO.
Data shows the number of ‘felt’ earthquakes has decreased since Kansas regulators set limits on drilling wastewater disposal.
Monday night 100 mile and hour straight line winds destroyed a home south of Abilene.
A terminal at KCI was partially evacuated after a passenger began acting suspiciously on a flight before it landed.
An Allegiant Air flight from Bismarck, North Dakota, made an unscheduled stop about 120 miles short of its Las Vegas destination.
Stocks are closing sharply higher, bouncing back from a drop last week, as the market’s recent bout of volatility continues.
The home was damaged by straight line winds in a storm that passed through September 7th, 2015.
The owner of a wayward chicken that fouled up traffic at the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge last week is reclaiming his bird.
The latest evidence that the U.S. economy is on track to grow at a healthy pace in the second half of this year.
About 9.9 million people have signed up and paid for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Interstate 70 in central Topeka is now open in both directions after authorities say a suspicious device shut down the road.
SURGE soda is back after a 12-year hiatus.
KSN is joining with Inter-Faith Ministries and more than 75 local restaurants for Dine Out Help Out on Tuesday, September 15th.
Two football players accused of ramming into a referee during a high school game allege the referee directed racial slurs at them.
North High School, located at 13th and Waco in Wichita, was vandalized sometime Monday into early Tuesday.