The Kansas City Royals clinched the ALDS after beating the Houston Astros Wednesday night in Kansas City.
Southern Kansas experienced nearly two dozen earthquakes in the past week.
A man was shot and killed by SWAT officers as he tried to rob a southeast Columbus UDF, according to investigators.
The man accused of threatening to re-enact the Columbine massacre at a Franklin County high school is expected to plead guilty.
President Barack Obama says the security situation in Afghanistan is still very fragile.
The 30-second ad by the Stop Hillary PAC aired on CNN in Washington, New York and other media markets.
Computer systems used to process international travelers at airports across the United States went down for about 90 minutes.
The never-say-die Kansas City Royals cruised to a 7-2 victory over the Houston Astros and back to the American League Championship Series.
A Richmond man is speaking out after he says he was fired for being gay.
Former congressman Ron Paul questions the government’s timing in announcing charges against his ex-aides.
Shielding children for life could actually do more harm than good.
The Boeing Co. has paid $18 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit.
There’s new technology up and running at the Salina Police Department: License plate readers that track cars as they go by.
Kansas State University has received permission to change the name of its Salina campus to the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus.
Florida freshman defensive back Deiondre Porter was suspended indefinitely Wednesday following his arrest.