When Park Director Bill Meadows learned his park had taken a direct hit by Wednesday’s tornado, he feared the worst.
The job growth helped lower the unemployment rate to 5.4 percent from 5.5 percent in March.
Baby’s Dream Inc. is recalling about 4,600 cribs and assorted pieces of furniture because they contain excessive levels of lead paint.
Emma and Noah were the most popular American baby names in 2014.
Florida woman says DMV mistakenly included “Sexual Predator” notice on her driver’s license, instead of labeling her an organ donor.
A monkey born in a Japanese zoo will keep its name Charlotte, after all.
Plans to develop a $40 million railroad car refurbishing plant in Hutchinson are being delayed.
The University of Kansas will delay a campus wide ban on tobacco for a year, until July 2016.
Conditions appeared to be ripe on Friday and Saturday for storms that could produce even more powerful tornadoes.
A tropical storm warning was issued Friday for parts of North and South Carolina as Ana approached the U.S.
Researchers believe they finally know why the measles vaccine also helped reduce cases of other infectious diseases.
Money from the auction of the desk and set of “The Colbert Report” will help thousands of school kids.
A top Kansas education official and a school superintendent are preparing to testify in a hearing on a new school funding law.
Police say a man serving a sentence at Ellsworth Correctional Facility for attempted murder tried to escape Thursday.
The vigil took place in the 800 block of Russell, near where Allie Saum was shot about 9:30 p.m. May 6th.