A specially dog trained has found evidence of bedbugs at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.
Michigan authorities search for person who used crossbow to shoot cat.
The Energy Department’s annual prediction calls for lower heating bills across the board.
Large canned-pumpkin manufacturer Libby says yields could be off by as much as a third this year.
The owner of a northern Kentucky reptile store is recovering after police officers pried off a 20-foot python that was crushing the man.
Two same-sex couples say Kansas has refused to issue birth certificates listing them as parents of their children.
Police in Daytona Beach have arrested a convicted sex offender after a homeless pregnant woman was tied up and tortured.
The mother told police she was punishing her son for fighting and making homophobic remarks.
Democratic attorneys filed the lawsuit last week against Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Kansas is set to outsource vehicle title work for automobile dealers next year to save about $200,000.
Passengers on the flight were told the pilot was sick and it was making an emergency landing in Syracuse.
Under the new plan, Thursday’s vote by Republican members will only involve their nominee for speaker.
The Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend.
The daily fantasy sports industry has gone to great lengths to distance itself from traditional sports wagering.
Even at a water temperature of 85 degrees, hypothermia can set in quickly.