The head of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, is facing questions about whether she lied about her racial identity.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams has found listeria in its plant again and has halted production.
Rainy weather sounds like a good thing for farmers, but this close to harvest rain is a bad thing.
KSN is looking into whether the Kansas Secretary of State has seen an increase in LLC businesses.
“Jurassic World” made its debut in theaters last night, delivering all of the rumbling, roaring, and Spielberg-style action.
Republican leaders in Iowa have agreed to end the state’s straw poll because of waning interest from presidential hopefuls.
Six letters by “To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee to one of her close friends failed to sell at auction Friday.
Moments before Game 4 of the NBA Finals began on Thursday night, Lebron James inadvertently exposed himself to millions.
Students at Haven High School will have to look at each other while dancing next school year.
Game 4 was the first blowout of the NBA Finals, with Golden State pulling away for a 103-82 victory Thursday.
A second man has been arrested in the case connected to the Massachusetts man who was fatally shot by terrorism investigators.
Up to 4 million current and former employees are affected by the December cyber breach.
Larry Jeffords says that convicts David Sweat, 34, and Richard Matt, 48, were either very proficient with the tools they used.
Richard Matt and David Sweat escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility and are now on the loose.
Missouri transportation officials are warning drivers that construction projects will cause delays on Interstate 70.
A 36-year-old Kansas woman has pleaded guilty in an accident that killed a passenger on a motorcycle.
The Sierra Club chapters from the two states have scheduled the meeting Saturday at the Medford Civic Center in Medford, Oklahoma.
Three grants from a federal fund and donations from Ducks Unlimited and its partners will pay for nearly $9 million in habitat protection.
Chanute man has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Washburn University professor.
Kansas House passes new tax plan, now it moves on to the Senate
One person is dead after being hit by a train in southeast Wichita.
K-State’s Akela Jones soars to national title at NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships
A newly formed church plans to smoke marijuana for their first official service.
Some lawmakers say they don’t want to pass a big tax bill, or let the 2012 tax cuts continue.
Investigators believe a female prison employee was to be the getaway driver in last weekend’s escape by two killers but never showed up.