A 19-year-old Missouri man died in a crash Sunday at Kellogg and Webb Road.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away a challenge to Wisconsin’s voter identification law.
U.S. consumers spent $973 million on products marketed as gluten-free in 2014.
Cruz announced his White House bid early in the morning, on Twitter, hours before his kickoff speech at Liberty University.
An Austin lawyer is claiming responsibility for several stickers placed on businesses that claimed they were “exclusively for white people.”
Total ice cover on the Great Lakes is down to 53%, but that leaves plenty of beauty to behold as one Lake Michigan kayaker shared with us.
The Wichita State Shockers Men’s Basketball team arrived home Sunday night to a sea of fans.
Kansas Senate committees are planning to hold confirmation hearings this week for two of Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s major appointees.
The Kansas Supreme Court is considering the appeal of a convicted serial killer who stuffed the bodies of several victims into barrels.
A federal official says Republican Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is wrong to support funding food stamps through block grants.
An earthquake centered near Perry has shaken parts of north central Oklahoma.
Basketball fans and even non-basketball fans scampered around TV sets to watch the big game Sunday afternoon.
Kansas medical interests say they are suffering because the state hasn’t expanded Medicaid.
A private Hutchinson school is dropping out of the federal school lunch program over concerns about portion size and federal regulations.
A collection of materials highlighting some of the nation’s radical political beliefs is celebrating its 50th anniversary at KU.