The Kansas Attorney General’s Office has issued the state’s first scrap metal dealers certificates.
An man who escaped from an Oklahoma prison last December was apprehended following a brief standoff at an Arkansas City residence Thursday.
An undercover drug investigation in Abilene has resulted in the arrest of people who were selling marijuana to people as young as 14.
Investigators said the principal died after pushing her students to safety when a bus accelerated and jumped the curb.
President Barack Obama created a new federal task force Thursday to accelerate cancer research.
Wichita police are searching for a 2006 Peterbilt Semi and trailer that was reported stolen from 1645 S. West Street Wednesday.
Kansas lawmakers say that legislative sessions need to be curtailed to expedite decisions and save taxpayer money.
Two Kansas high school students were awarded $60,000 scholarships to attend Wichita State University.
The Royals are bringing the 2015 World Championship trophy to a community near you.
A teenage suspect discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives before setting it loose on Australian police officers.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a 3.9 magnitude earthquake was recorded near McCord, Oklahoma.
A Kansas police chief is being called a hero after dash cam video shows him saving a man from a vehicle fire.
The bill requires the state of Michigan to match federal spending, dollar for dollar.
U.S. senators are applying pressure on the FDA to speed up its work on approving more than 3,500 new generic prescription drugs.
A child is in protective custody after police say her mother placed her life in danger late Wednesday.