Wisconsin father demands apology after he says says school wrongfully accused his 12-year-old daughter of selling adult toys.
A wildfire in Seward County burned approximately 2,500 acres Thursday night. Rain fell helping crews get the fire out.
Sci-fi thriller “Life”, superhero action flick “Power Rangers” and cop comedy reboot “CHIPS” hit theaters this week.
Variety reports the comedian has dropped out of a live-action film based on the Mattel doll due to scheduling conflicts.
Christie’s announced Friday that a 9-inch-tall marble sculpture, called the Guennol Stargazer, will be auctioned on April 28 in New York.
House Speaker Paul Ryan set the showdown for Friday, following a nighttime Capitol meeting.
Germany’s iconic gummy bear will soon be “Made in USA.”
The Trump administration issued a permit Friday to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
Fires across the state continue as many fire crews hope for rain to slow things down.
On Thursday, before the game against Perdue, a pep rally was held in the Power and Light District.
Hutchinson defeated Odessa College in the NJCAA quarterfinals, 89-86. The Blue Dragons advance to the semifinals.
The Jayhawks will play No. 3 seed Oregon on Saturday night for a spot in their first Final Four since 2012.
Lawmakers to begin several days of debating and hearing testimony on school funding formula.
Those involved in the project along with some of the local families helped by St. Jude got to sign their names on the floor of the house.
The Kansas Supreme Court is making legislators come up with a plan by June 30 to do just that.