One person has been killed and three firefighters were injured in a house fire in Emporia.
Michigan woman opens fire on fleeing shoplifter after seeing loss-prevention officers chase him from store.
Police say a 29-year-old man was injured after an argument in south Wichita led to a shooting.
School public relations director Cindy Brown says the suspected shooter is in custody.
According to a press release, the phone was found by two people on Sept. 1.
Attorneys say that is because of the quick actions both sides took to preserve the peace and to come to an agreement.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson planned to travel to Columbia and Charleston Friday.
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy abandoned his campaign to become the chamber’s next speaker.
The officials said it’s unclear whether the errant missiles caused any significant damage in Iran.
President Obama will talk with family members Friday at the start of a four-day West Coast trip.
Houston takes 1-0 lead on Kansas City in American League Divisional Series
Westar Energy reports more than 700 residents of Rose Hill lost power Thursday night.
A private school in Wichita reports one of its students has confirmed a case of whooping cough.
Many retired Teamsters Union workers may be about to lose a big portion of their retirement income.
Jurors indicted Sheriff Stanley Glanz on two misdemeanor counts last week, and the lawman is resigning on Nov. 1.