Primaries in five states could narrow the field of presidential candidates.
The entire Washington, D.C., subway system will shut down for at least 29 hours to inspect electrical components on the tracks.
The annual statewide tornado drill is part of Kansas Severe Weather Awareness week.
The notion of strategic voting — in a way, playing amateur political scientist — is now front and center in Ohio and Florida.
The Wichita Eagle plans to transfer its printing and packaging operations to the Kansas City Star.
A Kansas House committee has heard only neutral testimony about a school funding plan drafted by its chairman.
The Topeka business dumped more than 900 files containing the personal information of its customers and others.
Sarah Palin has given more details on the injuries her husband suffered in a snowmobile accident in Alaska.
Prescription painkillers should not be a first-choice for treating common ailments like back pain and arthritis the CDC says.
Justice Michael Eakin’s decision to retire marks the latest fallout.
The plan is designed to bring the state into compliance with a Kansas Supreme Court.
Authorities in Harvey County have arrested Jacob Cox on four counts of burglary and theft.
Police say an 18-year-old woman told bank employees that she was kidnapped and held by her estranged husband.
The U.S. Marine Corps is making it easier for women to cover up tattoos.
Grab any beauty product, turn it around, and you’ll find a long list of ingredients, including some with links to cancer.