The IRS, states and online tax companies launch “Taxes.Security.Together.” to protect consumers from identity and tax return theft in 2016.
A Great Bend mental health center says it did not know its former executive director was a serial sexual predator.
The latest in a wild week where we’ve seen tornadoes, blizzards and topped off with this morning’s quake.
The University of Kansas student government has taken steps to impeach three top leaders over concerns about their handling of racial issues…
Wichita State has signed 13 baseball players in the early signing period, Head Coach Todd Butler announced on Nov. 19.
Kansas State football led the conference in Academic All-Big 12 players with 25 honorees.
ESPN will provide national coverage of seven 2016 Opening Day games on Sunday, April 3rd and Monday, April 4th.
Wichita police are investigating after a molotov cocktail was thrown at a Wichita apartment.
The Paris attacks have given new impetus to a bipartisan push to approve new war powers to fight Islamic State militants.
Most of these come from startup companies, yet they can be found at major retailers or ordered online.
A semi fire closed both the westbound and eastbound lanes of I-70 last night five miles east of Ellis.
The number of homeless people in the U.S. has declined slightly since last year.
A study published Thursday by the Pew Research Center said a desire to reunite families is the primary reason Mexicans go home.
A Virginia mayor is facing criticism from “Star Trek” star George Takei.
A porn star is suing Josh Duggar, claiming the reality TV star assaulted her on two occasions when consensual sex turned rough.