Kansas enters the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed after an awesome 30-4 regular season campaign.
Authorities say a police officer in Texas has been wounded in a shootout with two men, one of whom was killed.
The NTSB says a feed truck may have been involved a day before in an impact on the tracks.
Former city and federal officials pointed fingers at one another for failing to protect the 100,000 citizens of Flint, Michigan.
Republicans upset with GOP Gov. Sam Brownback failed by one vote to override his veto
Primaries in five states could narrow the field of presidential candidates.
The entire Washington, D.C., subway system will shut down for at least 29 hours to inspect electrical components on the tracks.
The annual statewide tornado drill is part of Kansas Severe Weather Awareness week.
An arrest report details what was seized from the home of reality TV star “Chumlee.”
The notion of strategic voting — in a way, playing amateur political scientist — is now front and center in Ohio and Florida.
The Wichita Eagle plans to transfer its printing and packaging operations to the Kansas City Star.
A Kansas House committee has heard only neutral testimony about a school funding plan drafted by its chairman.
Bill Cosby’s wife says she shouldn’t be subjected to “outrageous questions” about her sex life.
The Topeka business dumped more than 900 files containing the personal information of its customers and others.
The maker of an upcoming PBS miniseries about groundbreaking pop music says the show is reconsidering scenes with Dr. Luke.