“To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee has settled the federal lawsuit she filed against a museum in her south Alabama hometown over its sale of souvenirs featuring her name and the title of her book, court documents snow.
A new study shows youth football players are diagnosed with fewer concussions than other injuries.
Clashes between police and protesters have left at least 25 people dead and hundreds injured in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev.
The University of Kansas is dropping a request before the state Legislature for bonding authority to build upscale apartments that would house basketball players and other students.
A Kansas House committee has approved a resolution protesting President Barack Obama’s plan on climate change after stripping out language suggesting the science behind it is flawed.
The Wichita State Men’s basketball is featured on the Sports Illustrated Cover that is out today.
City dwellers facing one of the most brutal winters on record have been dealing with something far more dangerous than snow falling from the sky: ice tumbling from skyscrapers.
Georgia officials are releasing a new specialty license plate featuring the Confederate battle flag, infuriating civil rights advocates and renewing a fiery debate.
A former Wichita massage parlor worker has been released on bond while she awaits sentencing in a sex trafficking case.
A Kansas House committee has heard testimony from an overflow crowd on a bill that would bar use of the Common Core standards for reading and math in public schools.
Deadly clashes between police and protesters that left at least 25 people dead and hundreds injured and raised fears of a civil war.
Michael is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for Unlawful Possession of Controlled substance.
Kansas coach Bill Self felt more than a little fortunate that his No. 8 Jayhawks pulled out a 64-63 win against a very tough Texas Tech team.
Voters approved creating a commercial improvement district — or CID — back in the summer of 2011. But why is no development taking place? The answer depends on who you ask.
Democratic lawmakers in Kansas have joined dozens of retired teachers and government employees in calling for a cost-of-living increase in their pensions.