A Pratt mother has been charged with a fire that killed her two boys. It happened back on December 23, 2013.
An industry report shows U.S. sales of combines were down in March compared to the same month a year ago, even as farmers purchased more tractors during the same period.
A look at this week’s major theatrical movie releases, including “Draft Day” starring Kevin Costner, and the animated “Rio 2.”
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Hillary Rodham Clinton ducked a thrown shoe, expressed surprise, cracked a couple of jokes that drew applause and continued her keynote speech on stage in front of a Las Vegas convention audience.
A task force would be charged with trying to bring the Super Bowl to Kansas City under a resolution passed by the Missouri Senate.
For five years, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been a lightning rod for critics of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole is coming home to Kansas to visit the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas later this month.
Leaders at Fort Riley are preparing to outline what residents can expect at the northeast Kansas Army post as the military looks to downsize.
Copper thieves in Hutchinson have been targeting air conditioners, with seven thefts reported since March.
State and local officials are gathering in Manhattan to discuss water needs in Kansas and begin developing a 50-year plan for managing water resources.
After less than a year on the job, Cowley County President Clark Williams has abruptly resigned.
Two Hugoton High School teachers have been fired after district officials said marijuana was discovered on the school campus.
Jerome is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for A PROBATION VIOLATION FOR POSSESSION OF CERTAIN HALLUCINOGENIC DRUGS AND FLEEING OR ELUDING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
The debate over the school finance bill that passed last weekend continues.
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Dozens of homes in west Wichita will have to connect to the city’s water lines if they want water in the homes that is not contaminated, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said in a meeting Thursday night.