Baltimore streets previously rocked by riots were quiet Wednesday morning at the lifting of a nighttime curfew.
The death toll from the magnitude 7.8 earthquake has topped 5,000.
Daredevil performer Nik Wallenda successfully completed a walk across the rim of the 400-foot Orlando Eye.
Hy-Vee Inc. says it is recalling Hy-Vee Summer Fresh Pasta because of a potential listeria contamination.
A high-school student’s documentary, “Where the Buffaloed Roam: An Ode to the Kansas Budget,” is raising a stir.
Clinton Bascue of McPherson entered his plea Monday in McPherson County District Court in the death of 39-year-old James Avery Croft.
Gov. Brownback and GOP legislators are at odds over reconsidering an income tax break for business owners enacted three years ago.
Three million gallons of raw sewage spilled into the Kansas River.
The methamphetamine is believed to have a street value of $2 million to $3 million, and to have originated in Mexico.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt says state officials aren’t required to publicly disclose emails sent through private accounts.
The Newton City Commission approved the old Dillon’s building at 320 N. Main to be purchased for the new Police Department building.
AT&T has confirmed that it has fired Aaron Slator, a president who became the subject of a $100 million discrimination lawsuit
Former President George W. Bush visited Garden City on Tuesday.
It’s been over a year since Colorado legalized marijuana and while it’s bringing in revenue for Colorado it’s causing trouble for other stat…
Family members say 88-year-old Roland “Andy” Dayton was in his house by himself.