With a dwindling aquifer and a persistent drought, farmers in southwest Kansas are taking water conservation seriously .
Nashville man says it’s not fair that he received a $50 traffic ticket for his obscene bumper sticker.
Evacuated residents are being warned they could be forced to stay out of the area for weeks.
The Fed will likely resume raising interest rates in the next few months.
The City of Wichita says a 20-inch waterline providing service to customers along Webb Road, from Orme to Lincoln, has been damaged.
Kansas officials and Medicaid expansion advocates are at odds over what it would cost to expand KanCare.
Neil Gorsuch is dutifully conducting 100 Senate courtesy calls as SCOTUS confirmation votes await.
The committee did not finish its debate Tuesday. It plans to continue its discussion and take votes Wednesday.
Brendan Dassey was sentenced to life in 2007 in photographer Teresa Halbach’s death two years earlier.
Michelle Obama’s garden can keep churning out vegetables at the White House.
The Texas bill has yet to receive even a preliminary vote but public pressure is ratcheting up.
Charles Oakley is allowed back in Madison Square Garden.
A man has been convicted in killing 6-year-old Etan Patz who disappeared in New York City.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Department has racked up $1.5 million in overtime costs while assisting the Secret Service.
Police say criminal charges won’t be filed against a day care worker who breastfed another woman’s son without permission.