Laverne Cox delivered a keynote address Wednesday night at Wichita State’s Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The slow-moving gyrocopter appeared as an “irregular symbol” on radar monitored by air traffic controllers.
Kansas and the Republic of Armenia have engaged in a number of military and other exchanges.
Police officers used a spectator’s Cheetos to lead five runaway goats into an animal control vehicle Monday.
McPherson police are investigating the death of a 64-year-old man.
Baseball games were cancelled after riots ignited in Los Angeles and terrorists attacked New York and Washington.
The Coffey County Sheriff’s Office says in a news release that Matthew Edwards of Burlington drowned Tuesday evening in the Neosho River.
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Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick says he’s not planning to have his chamber debate a bill aimed at protecting college groups.
District Court Judge Paula Martin on Wednesday denied a second trial for Sara McLinn.
Texas trooper has sued his bosses after he was reprimanded for taking a picture with rapper Snoop Dogg at South by Southwest.
A former Wichita Police sergeant and USD 259 employee was in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing. He is accused of child sex crimes.
Royal baby watchers are camped out across from St. Mary’s Hospital in London.
The Sedgwick County District Attorney says felony charges won’t be filed against Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle.
More than 100 men in Barton County Tuesday night slipped on red high heels to Walk A Mile In Her Shoes.