KU and K-State are entering the season highly determined.
An EF2 tornado touched down Oct. 6 just before 4:15 p.m. and stayed on the ground for a short distance.
More than 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation, spending nearly $83 per person.
A judge has ordered the release of a 59-year-old man convicted of a killing that occurred in Arkansas more than 40 years ago.
Los Angeles police are investigating the vandalizing of Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Boeing’s third-quarter profit rose 34 percent on lower taxes, and the company raised its forecast for 2016 earnings.
A veteran New York state trooper was hit by a vehicle and killed Wednesday.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Wednesday ordered the Pentagon to suspend its effort to seek repayments of enlistment bonuses.
To celebrate Hillary Clinton’s birthday, enjoy these photos of US presidents eating birthday cake.
Valley Center school officials have canceled outdoor recess after another report of a mountain lion.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration wants to demolish the building in Topeka.
A gas leak in Andover forced business evacuations for a short time early Wednesday afternoon.
The 2017 sign-up season that starts Nov. 1 looks challenging. Here are some questions and answers for consumers.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation advises parents to perform a check for registered offenders in their neighborhoods
Wisconsin man wearing only his boxers uses blowtorch to destroy neighbor’s Trump sign, and it’s all caught on camera.