Scott James Buchheit of Netawaka was being sought for allegedly committing multiple sex related crimes involving children.
NBC News announced Tuesday it has suspended Brian Williams, effective immediately, as managing editor and anchor of NBC Nightly News.
Dodge City Community College is building a new Student Activity Center that will double as a FEMA approved tornado shelter.
Comedy Central says that Jon Stewart will leave “The Daily Show” as host later this year.
Marion County, Harvey County, Reno County, and the list goes on. Sheriffs along U.S. Highway 50 are calling the roadway the Highway of Death…
Like other schools across Kansas, Hutchinson is working to figure out cuts to classrooms.
The Republican said Tuesday he issued an executive order canceling the August 2007 order by Democratic Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
Barton County officials are starting to see a cough that sounds like pertussis.
Oklahoma could become the first state to use nitrogen gas to execute inmates.
After falling nearly 60 percent from a peak last June, the price of oil bounced back more than 20 percent as January turned to February.
The Kansas Geological Survey says average groundwater levels are still declining in western Kansas, but at a slower rate.
The parents of Kayla Jean Mueller have released a letter their daughter had written to them while being held by the Islamic State group.
The Wichita Fire Department responded to a business fire in the 3900 block of East 13th Street Tuesday afternoon.
The Wichita City Council has approved up to a $100,000 more for repairs at the water treatment center where a leak was discovered weeks ago.
The choice: Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease, or SEID, to reflect that symptoms worsen after exertion.