Derek Jeter was stopped by Air Force security forces on July 4 and ticketed $250 plus a $30 processing fee.
Sedgwick County has informed the City of Kechi that street repairs on 61st Street will begin today.
Verizon is hiking prices on its cellphone plans, though the new rates come with changes that might save you money.
Brazil faces a litany of problems: an economy in freefall, the Zika virus and a political crisis with an impeached president.
Country singer Miranda Lambert has shut down her bed-and-breakfast in rural Oklahoma.
“Hands” was released Wednesday on iTunes.
The non-binding resolution would keep undocumented Kansans from receiving in-state tuition and WIC benefits.
The Justice Department investigation will look into whether the officers willfully violated Sterling’s civil rights.
The Kansas Supreme Court is turning its attention to whether the state is spending enough money overall on its schools.
Two women are suing Kansas State University for refusing to investigate complaints that they were raped off-campus.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday the U.S. will leave 8,400 troops in Afghanistan .
A federal appeals court says shareholders failed to show that Spirit AeroSystems lied about three manufacturing contracts.
Construction crews discovered active migratory bird nests under the bridge.
A life-size recreation of Noah’s Ark is finally open for visitors in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Angry House Republicans are announcing plans to investigate FBI Director James Comey’s decision.