The body of a Dodge City man has been recovered from a lake in western Kansas.
You can be “all that and a bag of chips” on a bag of chips with Lay’s viral summer promotion.
Nearly 6,000 postal employees were attacked by dogs last year. Wichita ranked 25th on the list.
Blue Bell says the agreements, signed on Thursday, include a provision for instituting “test and hold” procedures.
When an elderly man recently made an emergency call for help, the person on the other end answered that call, literally.
The death toll from the Amtrak wreck rose to eight with the discovery of another body in a mangled railcar Thursday.
An American Airlines jetliner bound for St. Louis has returned to Los Angeles International Airport.
A fire broke out in a Shawnee home, killing two people and injuring three others.
A court filing Thursday shows Brent Shryock of Augusta pleaded guilty Wednesday to mail fraud.
Manhattan says she supports adding sexual orientation as a protected class to the city’s anti-discrimination hiring policy.
Brandon Bostian suffered a concussion in Tuesday night’s wreck and had 14 staples in his head, along with stitches in one leg.
The Laramie City Council on Wednesday approved a local anti-discrimination ordinance.
The restaurant chain has found success by embracing new technologies and rebranding its product.
The federal jury of seven women and five men began deliberating late Wednesday after listening to closing statements.
The voice of several prominent characters is mired in a contract dispute with show runners and may not return.