For more than a dozen years students at Maine’s Westbrook High School have been welcoming a visitor who’s really the cat’s meow.
A 59-year-old Lawrence man is dead after he crashed his motorcycle Saturday.
Severe storms moved through Kansas Sunday afternoon and evening dropping large hail.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whose conservative ideas made an enduring impact on Britain, has died. She was 87.
Researchers believe vaccine could prevent reemergence after first bout with deadly disease.
The Dubuque Archdiocese says Bishop Michael Jackels has been appointed by Pope Francis to be the new archbishop of Dubuque. Jackels replaces Archbishop Jerome Hanus.
Rod Marshall says that his twin brother, Ronald Marshall, was aboard the plane with another passenger when it crashed.
The annual study by Wichita State and Purdue universities found U.S. airlines are getting better marks.
After years of declining numbers, The University of Kansas Law School says its 2012 graduates had improved success in finding jobs.
There’s no way Wichita State is going to shock anybody next season.
Google has selected a Kansas City company to test Google Glass, the search giant’s wearable computer device.
A three-day summit meeting on homelessness and housing in Kansas takes place next week in Pittsburg.
Dodge City officials are not quite sure just where to put two massive sculptures donated by the Dennis Hopper Art Trust to the city where its namesake was born and raised.
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Billy Butler hit a grand slam that was confirmed by video review and tied a Royals franchise record with seven RBIs, and Kansas City held on for a 9-8 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.