The bill would require the parks’ insurance companies to hire engineers with some experience to inspect rides that are inspected privately.
The government says more than 12 million people have signed up for coverage this year.
A man is losing his hands and feet after a strep infection spread from his throat to his stomach, and then throughout his body.
This year’s NCAA Tournament has a chance to be just as good as 2016.
Kansas City police confirmed the body found inside Toni Anderson’s car has been identified as Anderson.
More than 100,000 Energizer battery chargers for Xbox One controllers have been recalled over a burn hazard.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Tuesday he filed the lawsuit against Eddie Tipton and two others in scam.
National Guard humvees don’t typically escort toddlers.
Australia’s air safety agency says a woman suffered burns to her face after her battery-operated headphones exploded.
The company says it will gather feedback from the test before launching the option nationally toward the end of the year.
The hack targeted the email accounts of Russian and U.S. officials, Russian journalists, and employees of financial services.
Wichita State’s first free-standing Starbucks will open on the Innovation Campus on Friday, March 17.
Police and wildlife officials are searching for a tan and yellow monocle cobra that apparently escaped.
The Kansas House unanimously passed a sales tax exemption for supplies and services to repair or construct fencing for agricultural land.
Lyon County prosecutors charged Sony Uk on Tuesday with first-degree murder.