Telepun said his hero is “Mr. Eclipse” Espenak, a retired NASA astrophysicist, who explains why chasers are the way they are.
Gearge Enns, 71, and his wife, Agatha Enns, 69, of Meade, pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering conspiracy.
River tourists will be able to see everything from Cowtown and the Keeper of the Plains to the Wichita Boathouse.
The You drink. You drive. YOU LOSE. campaign runs through September 3.
The tax breaks up for a vote Thursday would be the largest in state history and the biggest to a foreign company in the U.S.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the cat has officially been named Rally Cat by the St. Louis Feral Cat Outreach.
Kansas State opens Sept. 2 against Central Arkansas, then plays Charlotte the following week.
The United States swiftly condemned Thursday’s deadly attack in Barcelona and offered assistance to authorities in Spain.
A former employee of a restaurant in central Kansas has been found guilty of threatening to spit on a customer’s pizza.
Doctors say Louisiana mother and newborn would have likely died during complicated delivery if 10-year-old hadn’t provided help.
“They’re not going to be any more prone to stare up into the sun on Monday than they would any other day,” Dr. Gary Stamps said.
Grandmother fights off three attackers as they attempt to steal her car at Milwaukee gas station.
Lawmakers are reviewing a policy of providing free office space to news organization in the Kansas Statehouse.
Obama posted the tweet alongside a picture of himself smiling at a group of children of different races.
Bill Raymond, 55, pleaded guilty to three counts of transporting child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography.