Disney is letting “Frozen” go in new directions.
An estimated 85,000 police and soldiers will be patrolling the streets during the Olympics and Paralympics.
HP Hood LLC is voluntarily recalling some of their “Muscle Milk” protein drinks due to the potential for premature product spoilage.
AG Loretta Lynch called the rampage a “shattering attack, on our nation, on our people and on our most fundamental ideals.”
The company sells products under the Just BARE and Gold’n Plump brands.
The National Frozen Foods Corporation has voluntarily recalled frozen green peas and frozen mixed vegetables for possible listeria.
A divided Senate blocked rival election-year plans to curb guns Monday.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is addressing concerns of high lead levels at the information session.
Traveling is one of the most valuable things you can do for yourself and odds are, you’re not doing it enough.
On Monday, lightning from a storm in Indiana was visible in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
When her son pays closer attention to his phone than her, she takes her message to the web.
Fire crews were called out to a two story home at 13th and Estelle in northeast Wichita around 5 a.m. on Tuesday.
USD 259 has developed a contingency plan for monitoring district sites, just in case the shut-down becomes a reality.
Former Wichita Force football player, Rocky Hinds, made his first appearance Monday in a felony possession case.
A local organization held a prayer service, hoping lawmakers will make the right decision as they head to Topeka.