After stopping the car, the deputy noticed that the woman behind the wheel was eating a bowl of cereal.
A new way to decorate your house for Christmas is causing a new problem for pilots.
A judge on Tuesday let Oscar Pistorius remain under house arrest at his uncle’s mansion and set an April sentencing date.
The money would go to the need to improve aging water infrastructure.
The debate over same-sex couples as foster parents in Kansas continues, as KSN continues our investigation into policies at DCF.
The Abengoa plant in Hugoton also closed, laying off about 70 people in Stevens County.
The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded three earthquakes, including a 4.0 magnitude temblor, in north-central Oklahoma.
Theresa Vail, star of “Limitless with Theresa Vail,” and two hunting guides are charged with misdemeanors.
The Kansas Historical Foundation says it has received the largest grant in its history.
Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss is removing himself from a lawsuit that involves the high court’s administrative power.
The cameras were able to capture a still image of the 17-year-old suspect, who according to police, was armed.
Congress reacts to President Obama’s call to ban anyone on the no-fly list from having a gun, and changing a specific visa-waiver program.
The Kansas City Royals announced that they have agreed to terms with right-handed pitcher Chris Young.
National semifinalist Oklahoma highlights seven Big 12 football teams that will compete in postseason bowl games.
A Winfield man was sentenced Monday to six years in federal prison for distributing child pornography.