The Wichita River Festival revealed several concert headliners today.
These eagles took dedication and parenting to a whole new level as several inches of snow covered their nest in Pennsylvania.
Winter could have at least one more blast for much of the U.S. after the late-season snow.
Figures from Kansas legislative researchers show that total state aid to public schools would rise under a new Republican funding plan.
The MVC Coach of the Year Luncheon was held today at the St. Louis City Center. UNI’s Ben Jacobson received the honor.
Passengers took to Twitter to upload pictures and messages after a plane skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport in New York.
The Fort Hays State University Department of Geosciences will offer the first FHSU course on storm-chasing during the summer 2015 term.
The Wichita State Shockers are at the MVC Tournament in St. Louis this weekend.
Tips for choosing a generator.
As one of the most successful “American Idol” winners, Kelly Clarkson can hold her head up high.
Maize Superintendent Doug Powers on Thursday announced that he has submitted his resignation effective June 30.
A sign above the roller coaster that read “Last Warning – Do not stand up – sit down!” was stolen from Joyland.
The FDA confirmed that Olympus Corp. did not seek FDA clearance for the latest version of its specialized endoscope.
Attorney Daryl Parks said that the City of Ferguson and former Officer Darren Wilson would be named in the wrongful death lawsuit.
The Kansas plaintiffs are Sherman County Sheriff Burton Pianalto and Charles Moser, attorney for Sherman, Wallace and Greeley counties.