A teenager has died in a house fire in central Kansas. It happened around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 500 block of South Dinsmore.
Walgreens confirmed Tuesday that it will buy rival pharmacy chain Rite Aid for about $9.41 billion in cash.
Thousands share image of Alabama State Trooper delivering meal to homeless father and son.
A Sumner County jury on Tuesday found Lindsey Nicole Blansett guilty of first-degree murder.
KSN uncovers what five years of EMS records reveal and where you don’t want to be if you need an ambulance.
A 45-year-old man collapsed Monday after a fire got out of control.
The World Series is in town, and Kansas City is getting a dye job. The City of Fountains is turning blue for the Royals.
A vote is expected before Speaker John Boehner passes the gavel to his likely successor Rep. Paul Ryan.
Firefighters Larry Leggio and John Mesh died when a wall collapsed on them while they were fighting the blaze.
Elizabeth Banks is coming back to the world of a cappella to direct “Pitch Perfect 3.”
While that extra hour of sleep may be nice for some, for your little ones it may mess up their schedule.
U.S. Sens. Charles Schumer and Claire McCaskill have made what they’re calling a “high-stakes” wager on the World Series.
The National Weather Service says it appears unlikely that rain in Kansas City will disrupt the first game of the World Series.
The Mets take on the Kansas City Royals tonight in Kansas City, Missouri at approximately 8:07 p.m.
Walmart announced it will hire approximately 900 seasonal associates in Kansas for the upcoming holiday season.
Child deaths in Kansas increased between 2012 and 2013
On Monday, the Royals and the Mets held a media day and practices for Tuesday night’s opening game of the World Series.
Southwest will discontinue service to Dallas Love Field and Chicago Midway in April.
Commissioner Randy Watson is expected to unveil a new vision for schools that helps students attain non-academic skills.
Loved ones will be telling Iliana “Lilly” Rose Garcia goodbye for the last time Tuesday.
On Wednesday night, the weather team will show you how new technology will keep you safe during severe weather.
One of the most well-known bridges in Columbus is being taken over by thousands of 8-legged squatters.
A federal lawsuit that’s part of a push by advocacy groups claims Dodge City imprisons people who can’t afford to pay bond fees.
A couple is seeking $5 million in damages claiming the company failed to warn consumers about a new software feature on iPhones.
Keep Halloween fun by preparing yourself and your children for a safe night out.