Things are back to normal for AT&T cell phone customers after a glitch prevented millions from calling 911 Wednesday evening.
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The city had already scheduled a hearing March 21 to discuss closing six railroad crossings when the CSX freight train hit the bus.
A mom whose impression of a livestreamed pregnant giraffe at an upstate New York zoo was viewed more than 30 million times.
Dan Rather, the former CBS anchor, is working on a book about patriotism.
Hawaii has become the first state to file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban.
House Republicans scored a pre-dawn triumph Thursday in their effort to scuttle former President Obama’s health care overhaul.
Two women have been killed and a man injured in a crash on Interstate 135 in Saline County.
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The mystery of who installed plunger-like barriers along a Wichita bike lane has been solved.
Governor Sam Brownback says he’s impressed with the massive effort to fight Kansas’ wildfires and keep residents safe.
Some firefighters tell KSN that fighting fires is the toughest job they have ever loved. Taxed, tired, and still fighting.
Kansas Public Radio reports Gov. Brownback will be named as U.S ambassador to the United Nations agencies for food and agriculture.
Rossella Mclain left her house with nothing but the clothes on her back.
For many in the Highlands neighborhood of Hutchinson, Wednesday morning was their first chance to see the damage.