Kansas farmers are harvesting the last fall crops from the 2014 growing season.
Police have arrested the father of a mentally disabled 15-year-old girl who has been hospitalized in Indianapolis.
The Kansas Supreme Court is having a special session this week to swear Caleb Stegall in as its newest justice.
A Pacific storm moved into drought-dry California on Tuesday, bringing hopes for much-needed moisture.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines stop short of telling parent to get their newborn sons circumcised.
If you ask residents in the neighborhood, they’re clear that they love Fairmount Park.
One Salvation Army bell ringer knows that charm is the secret to success.
For 54 years Operation Holiday has distributed coats, blankets, non perishable food and toys for thousands in need.
It is a major project for southwest Kansas. A huge diary operation with the price tag of $100 million.
There are 2,300 people in Kansas who are HIV positive.
North High all star Connor Frankamp is coming home to play with the Shockers.
The NHTSA said Monday that it is investigating whether Graco took too long to report a safety defect in its child car seats.
Larry McQuilliams had multiple weapons, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, a water supply and a map of 34 downtown buildings.
A group of Wichita East High students staged a demonstration on Monday to show solidarity with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.
A Valley Center man shot a suspected intruder who sheriff’s deputies say broke a window to get inside the house.