President Barack Obama vowed Sunday night the United States would overcome a terror threat that has entered a “new phase.”
This is only the third time Obama has given an Oval Office address, an event reserved for major, serious topics.
Maclin hauls in a pair of touchdowns for Chiefs in victory over Oakland
The U.S. Justice Department is expected to launch an investigation into the patterns and practices of the Chicago Police Department.
President Barack Obama on Sunday night will urge Americans to not give into fear following attacks in Paris and California.
Republican candidates traversed Iowa Saturday trying to convince voters to back them for the presidential nomination.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church held a parade in Wichita Sunday celebrating the Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Wildcats going bowling after bouncing back from 3-6 start.
Families of children with special needs got a special visit with Santa Sunday morning.
A lot of Kansans and people from other states have taken in Garth Brooks concerts in Wichita this past weekend.
Two cases headed to Kansas appellate courts next week are expected to put the judges in a political spotlight.
Two men are in critical condition after police say they were set on fire by a co-worker in the Baltimore area Friday night.
Authorities are investigating a man’s death after a Western Nebraska farmer found his body sealed inside a 55-gallon barrel.
A Wichita man suffered minor injuries Sunday morning when he tried to stop a man who was breaking into his vehicle in southeast Wichita.
The “Hunger Games” finale spoiled an early Christmas for the holiday horror comedy “Krampus.”