Nine people — six children and three adults — died early Monday in Memphis’ deadliest house fire in decades.
The fire burned a 10-by-10-foot hole in the roof at the back of the mosque’s main building and blackened its eaves with soot.
The two men, wearing anti-Lochte T-shirts, were arrested on suspicion of criminal trespassing and rushing the stage.
Mulvane residents are still cleaning up after devastating flooding over the last couple of weeks.
Great Bend vs. Northwest is out in front for Week 3 Friday Football Fever Game of the Week.
Emergency dispatchers in Sedgwick County were getting a lot of calls last Friday from people stranded in their cars and homes.
A man has been charged in the death of a Johnson County Sheriff’s deputy who died when a pickup truck plowed into his stopped patrol car.
The United States has flown nuclear-capable supersonic bombers over ally South Korea in a show of force.
Donald Trump stood up for his supporters against Hillary Clinton’s remark that half of his supporters belonged in “a basket of deplorables.”
House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz served a top FBI official with a subpoena for the investigation’s full case file.
Mulvane was hit a couple of weeks ago, and as residents were cleaning up, another round of rain caused more flooding.
Police originally said they had not issued a citation due to conflicting narratives.
U.S. stocks surged Monday after a Federal Reserve official said the central bank shouldn’t raise interest rates too soon.
The Kansas Supreme Court is wrestling with whether it should censure a former Wichita-area judge.
Marc Knowles joins us to discuss a series of scams that have been plaguing seniors in our community.