As the rain kept coming, so did the cars here Pawnee. Car after car getting stuck and car after car being pushed out by nearby Good Samarita…
Tucson police Chief Roberto Villaseñor says he’s firing four officers involved with illicit massage parlors.
The head of the Federal Communications Commission has recommended approving AT&T’s $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV.
The self-described wedding capital of the world decided Tuesday to increase the cost of a license by $14.
The heavy rain Tuesday morning led to a submerged car and a water rescue in Butler County.
Flooding around Wichita has stalled traffic. Viewers have sent many photos.
Tommy Hope, 66, broke his arm and injured his leg and hip when he fell inside his home July 4.
Gov. Sam Brownback wants the state to determine if Kansas abortion facilities take part in a fetal tissue program.
Heavy rain caused a mess for rush hour traffic in Wichita Tuesday.
Crews in Topeka have been working to repair a sanitary sewer leak that resulted in 55,000 gallons of raw sewage spilling.
Stewart pressed Obama on a number of government missteps that have attracted controversy.
A New York appeals court says Facebook can’t block nearly 400 search warrants seeking users’ postings for a criminal fraud investigation.
City of Wichita says it will accept a federal grant to help local group that is getting funding cut by county.
Fellow GOP presidential contender Sen. Lindsey Graham called him a “jackass.”
Defensive back Justin Cox is being held on $40,433 bond. The case is still under investigation.