Tyler Lindzy is looking forward to fighting serious wildfires in Colorado and surrounding states.
A Eureka man pleaded guilty Monday to making counterfeit money by “washing” old bills, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
Exactly 70 years after it was delivered to the Army Air Forces in Wichita, B-29 Doc is delivered again.
Many started their day lining up outside of Tad’s Locker Room.
The NFL will not block any games from local television during the 2015 season.
The driver was arrested and charged with speeding, failure to signal, fleeing and alluding, impeding traffic, and reckless driving.
A section of scaffolding collapsed Monday at a high-rise construction project in downtown Raleigh, killing three workers.
A Georgia couple is suing a Kansas organization that once helped run the state’s privatized foster care system.
An eastern Kansas jury has recommended a 50-year prison sentence for a woman convicted of killing her roommate.
A five-month police investigation showed no evidence the attack took place.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback didn’t receive a pleasant reception from the crowd in Omaha on Sunday.
When the NCAA Tournament field was first set, all anybody wanted to talk about was the Shockers finally getting a shot at Kansas.
The Jayhawks still finished 27-8, a win total that nine out of every 10 schools playing Division I hoops would happily accept.
New chip and PIN technology is designed to protect card users.
Police in Boulder, Colorado say a 12-year-old girl attempted to poison her mother for taking away her iPhone.