A major rating agency has revised the outlook on its credit rating for Kansas to “negative” from “stable.”
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions has been sworn in as President Donald Trump’s attorney general.
American Airlines says a threat that forced one of its planes to be diverted to St. Louis has been deemed “non-credible”.
Construction of the final segment of the Dakota Access pipeline has begun.
The Kansas Natural Resources Conservation Service is taking applications for those affected by a wildfire in March of 2016.
On Friday, the Wichita Police Department is asking everyone to wear blue to show support for Brian and all law enforcement.
The company, which makes Fanta, Sprite and Powerade, is in the process of selling off its bottling businesses to independent companies.
GM is recalling more than 98,000 older sports cars in the U.S. and Canada because a faulty sensor can disable the front air bag.
Hammel will make $5 million this season, $9 million next season and the deal includes a $12 million mutual option for the 2019 season.
A woman found tied up in a shed Tuesday said the man accused of kidnapping her was her boyfriend of eight months.
Joseph Randle is facing new charges for an incident in the Sedgwick County Jail.
The Senate had planned to debate a bill Thursday that would cut aid to public schools by $128 million by June 30.
KFC is getting into the pizza game with the “Chizza,” a personal pizza with a fried chicken crust.
Seth was an avid runner who couldn’t ignore the constant pain in his right leg. Doctors found he had osteosarcoma, a rare cancer.
A powerful, fast-moving storm swept through the northeastern U.S. Thursday.