California woman works to ease the nastiness of the political season with her own “Make America Kind Again” campaign.
A nationwide look at important, interesting and occasionally odd matters that go before voters on Tuesday.
A Wichita man who was shot while attempting to rob a Park City liquor store was sentenced Monday.
Wichita State University and all of its satellite locations and WSU-owned properties will be tobacco free.
Anthony, who worked for decades to fight for women’s rights, died 14 years before the 19th Amendment was passed.
Beauty blogger Nura Afia is featured wearing the traditional Muslim head covering in an ad campaign for a new line of mascara.
More and more retailers are giving up on the “Black Friday” bonanza, offering up a month or more of savings instead.
Walmart employees accuse pregnant New Mexico woman of shoplifting, force her to lift shirt in front of other shoppers.
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department arrested two men after stopping a vehicle carrying two pounds of marijuana.
The crash happened on Monday morning at Highway 50 and Sego Road.
More than a dozen states have enacted tougher requirements for registering and voting.
The Kansas State Rifle Association PAC warns that federal courts in the state are moving to restrict the right to bear arms.
The shooting happened around 7 p.m. Sunday in the 1700 block of North Old Manor.
JCPenney will be opening stores at 3 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.
Hatchimals are interactive toys that hatch from a plastic egg. They have sold out in most stores.