The WSU Government Association has decided not to continue funding the university’s Shocker Sound band due to budget cuts.
Modern baseball may have found its birth certificate. And with it a new birth date, and new founding father.
Police in North Texas have shot and killed a bull that ran loose across Interstate 35 before trampling two people at an auto parts business.
Former President Bill Clinton Thursday engaged in a heated exchange with protesters upset about welfare reform and gun violence laws.
The hunt for Bigfoot has come to Champion Township, Ohio. A 4-foot statue was removed Tuesday from Champion Township Cemetery.
The Indiana State Police fired a trooper who is facing a second lawsuit accusing him of preaching to citizens while on duty.
Authorities arrested two burglary suspects after a rainy chase in a convertible that ended with them taking selfies and exchanging high-five…
A man accused of torturing a woman to death but found too mentally ill for trial was on the loose Thursday after crawling out a window.
A woman was injured in a three-car crash in Wichita Thursday afternoon.
The NTSB has released its preliminary findings in a train derailment that occurred near Cimarron in mid March.
Thursday is day two of the Great Bend Farm and Ranch Expo with more than 700 vendors showing off the latest and greatest in agriculture.
Leaders in the state’s largest school district are speaking out about the school funding bill the governor signed.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says smokers go to reservations to buy cheap cigarettes.
The League of Women Voters has joined a lawsuit seeking to overturn a law that requires voters to show proof of citizenship to register.
Kansas AG Derek Schmid filed the legislative response to the Kansas Supreme Court’s equity ruling earlier this year in Gannon v. Kansas.