The speaker has faced some criticism for his reluctance to embrace Donald Trump’s candidacy.
BNSF Railway says 12 cars on a train derailed in northwest Missouri. No one was injured.
Wichita police are searching for the suspects who stole a truck and a trailer from Honey Do Homes.
Google says it will ban ads from payday lenders, calling the industry “deceptive” and “harmful.”
Melania Trump could become America’s next first lady, but much of her past remains shrouded in mystery.
One New Jersey teacher is finding a way to make test-taking personal. And, her messages of support are spreading across the globe.
A recent analysis of burger products found a few offensive extras like rat DNA and human DNA.
Payless, based in Topeka, said in a statement that “out of an abundance of caution,” it has removed the Jake line.
The Wichita Police Union held a barbeque Tuesday night at Evergreen Park to celebrate bringing back the Hispanic Citizens’ Police Academy.
A man described by police as emotionally disturbed has been detained outside Taylor Swift’s home in Manhattan.
Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg treated Prince on April 7 and April 20, and he prescribed medications for the musician.
Wal-Mart says Visa is forcing them to allow customers to use a signature when they use the chip-based debit cards.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’s “used to fighting uphill climbs.”
Authorities allege Curtis Ayers fatally shot Kansas City, Kansas, Detective Brad Lancaster, on Monday.
Kentucky State Police said in a statement that at least 10 people were hurt.