The Kansas Lottery is offering players a special deal on Kansas Day.
A fire has destroyed a central Pennsylvania home where Poison lead singer Bret Michaels once lived as a child.
The holder of Holiday Millionaire Raffle ticket 14333 stepped forward Wednesday to claim her $1 million prize.
The upcoming Broncos-Panthers showdown has left two breweries with divided loyalties.
NBC’s new comedy “You, Me and the Apocalypse” debuts tonight.
A grand jury has indicted the wife of a disgraced northern Illinois policeman who embezzled money and then staged his own suicide.
The cow may have only been in one foot of water but, in her condition, she could have drowned.
Police say six people are dead after an apparent domestic murder-suicide in Chesapeake.
The virus — which has been linked to birth defects and neurological problems — was “spreading explosively.”
Legislators expect to give final approval to a bill to keep the state’s courts open following a legal dispute.
The Kansas firearms industry non-discrimination act is sponsored by the Committee on Federal and State Affairs
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation identified the man Wednesday as 50-year-old Scott A. Brunson.
Attorneys representing the Sierra Club and the state Department of Health and Environment were arguing Thursday before the high court.
In 2015 the Royals filled 88.2 percent of Kauffman’s seats as they finished with the best American League record and won the World Series.
A 15-year-old student in Kansas has been charged after another student found a threatening note in a school restroom.