Some southeast Kansas residents are concerned with plans by the state for three reclamation projects on formerly mined land.
A new report shows that Kansas consumers seeking health insurance on the federally-run online marketplace will pay about the same next year …
AT&T Mobility, the nation’s second-largest cellular provider, says it’s no longer attaching hidden Internet tracking codes to data.
As the federal government and states launch a second round of enrollment under the health care law, consumers should be aware of what’s cove…
Highlights from this weeks games include: Salina South vs. Maize South, Wichita Heights vs. Bishop Carroll, and more!
Whether it’s having to park on or off campus before the games, some fans said overall, parking is becoming more difficult.
A MMA fighter who changed his name to War Machine was ordered to stand trial in Nevada on 34 felony charges including attempted murder.
The FBI is opening a permanent office in western North Dakota’s oil patch to help the area deal with rising crime.
In 2008, President George W. Bush pledged $2 billion to a similar fund. The Obama administration said it is building on that pledge.
Dancers at a strip club are due more than $10 million in back wages and tips, after the dancers sued to be paid at least a minimum wage.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is urging the Kansas Supreme Court to not unnecessarily abandon the state’s ban on same-sex marriages.
Voters in Saline County passed a resolution that would increase their number of county commissioners from three to five.
A Holcomb farmer and his wife and two children were killed in their home by two ex-convicts who were trying to rob the home.
A college student is fixing up an historic building and turning it into a distillery.
America’s new postmaster general will face the same daunting problems as the man she will succeed.