A former madam has been convicted of third-degree murder in the death of a British dancer.
On early Monday morning, an Amtrak train was evacuated due to a bomb threat.
Utility regulators are weighing four renewable energy proposals from Westar Energy.
GE announces plans to start production on a new line of plane engines at its Strother Field facility in Arkansas City.
A suburban Kansas City hotel owner will go to prison for employing undocumented workers at two Clarion hotels.
Wichita State dropped four spots to No. 12 after losing in the Valley semifinals to Illinois State.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Monday signed into law a measure that prohibits requiring a worker to pay union dues.
Two men have been charged with killing a Missouri man last week in Kansas City, Kansas.
Manhattan wrapped up its eighth year of “Fake Patty’s Day” celebrations early Sunday morning.
The Manhattan Regional Airport has finished the first phase of a passenger terminal expansion.
A University of Oklahoma fraternity will close after a video of members participating in a racist chant was posted online.
A 14-year-old male is in custody for a shooting that occurred in the 3200 block of North Rock Road late Friday night.
Nine injured when building gives way under rooftop party near California Polytechnic State University.
Sugar is a bad word in some circles but that isn’t stopping Sonic from pouring candy into its drinks.
Oklahoma junior guard Buddy Hield and Bill Self of Kansas are The Associated Press’ Big 12 player and coach of the year.