Eight arctic fox kits were born at Great Bend’s Brit-Spaugh Zoo on May 31st.
New rules that treat the Internet like a public utility and prevent companies from blocking or slowing down some online traffic took effect.
MERS, a highly infectious and potentially fatal respiratory illness, has spiked in South Korea in recent weeks.
A Texas elementary school teacher has been relieved of her teaching duties after a Facebook post mentioning a desire for segregation.
A bounty hunter trying to detain a country music singer wanted on a DUI charge shot and killed the man in a gunfight.
Judge J. Thomas Marten told George and Agatha Enns of Meade during a detention hearing he would free them on a $50,000 bond.
A Dodge City bond issue with a price tag of more than $85 million could be at risk, not from opposition, but after a ballot misprint.
Wichita Festivals, Inc. reported Riverfest’s total attendance rose to 410,000.
Two national television news reporters have been cited for violating media orders in federal court.
The head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, is facing questions about whether she lied about her racial identity.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams has found listeria in its plant again and has halted production.
Rainy weather sounds like a good thing for farmers, but this close to harvest rain is a bad thing.
KSN is looking into whether the Kansas Secretary of State has seen an increase in LLC businesses.
“Jurassic World” made its debut in theaters last night, delivering all of the rumbling, roaring, and Spielberg-style action.
Republican leaders in Iowa have agreed to end the state’s straw poll because of waning interest from presidential hopefuls.