Thousands of Seattle teachers awash in red hoisted signs exclaiming “On Strike!” Wednesday.
A notorious Al Qaeda magazine is encouraging lone-wolf terrorist attacks on Charles and David Koch and other US industrialists.
Apple announced the iPad Pro during its event Sept. 9, 2015.
Ellie Goulding won’t just be performing at the NFL’s season kickoff concert.
Apple is releasing its largest iPad yet and a long-awaited overhaul of its online video box for TVs.
Patients at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health are hoping Taylor Swift will visit when she’s in town next week.
Junction City is looking for new owners for lots it was forced to take back after a surge of troops at Fort Riley never materialized.
Kansas State has announced plans for the next phase of its renovation to Bill Snyder Family Stadium, a $15 million project .
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear Brett Seacat’s appeal next week. Seacat was convicted of killing his wife, Vashti.
A 20-year-old former University of Kansas student accused of raping a woman in a university dorm room has entered a diversion program.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear Wichita’s pot ordinance case at 9 a.m. next Thursday.
A new report shows a small decline in the number of Kansans with health insurance coverage through the federal online marketplace.
The Labor Department says job openings soared 8 percent to 5.75 million, the most since records began in 2000.
The new library will benefit from an $8 million fundraising campaign.
65-year old Vietnam veteran Gary Dixon was denied his prescription medication to help with his treatment of stage four cancer.