A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week.
The Super Kansas Cash jackpot has now reached an all-time estimated high of $3,230,000.
S&P Global Ratings said in a report that while the state boosted its revenues, it also increased spending for the next two years.
Tanganyika Wildlife Park welcomes the first pygmy hippo born in Kansas to its pygmy hippo parents, mom, Posie, and dad, Pluto.
Wichita police clocked one driver traveling 74 mph through the West Kellogg construction zone Thursday.
The United States and Russia have reached agreement on a cease-fire in southwest Syria, three U.S. officials said Friday.
Timothy W. Kelly is wanted in a string of burglaries, robberies, and thefts.
While President Trump’s Pentagon chief, Jim Mattis, says the U.S. would prevail, he believes it would be “a catastrophic war.”
The Wolf Creek nuclear power plant near Burlington was targeted by Russian hackers according to report. Senator Jerry Moran responds.
An inmate was recaptured in Texas early Friday after his second escape from a maximum security prison in South Carolina.
President Donald Trump and Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto sat down Friday for their first face-to-face meeting.
The Kansas Highway Patrol said a 72-year-old Plainville man was killed in a motorcycle crash Thursday.
A Maine resident celebrating her 100th birthday says wine is the secret to her longevity.
The maker of opioid painkiller Opana ER is pulling the drug off the market at the request of federal regulators because it’s being abused.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise underwent surgery for infection and remains in serious condition.