YouTube TV is the tech industry’s latest bid to get cable-shunning millennials to pay for live TV.
Alan Jackson, Jerry Reed, Don Schlitz to join Country Music Hall of Fame.
Minneha Elementary Students are getting a little science help from some aircraft engineers.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against three oil and gas companies over Oklahoma’s ongoing earthquake swarm.
Wichita fire crews battled a house fire in College Hill. It broke out Tuesday morning in the 200 block of North Dellrose.
A Wichita man was presented a plaque by the police department for his work to help apprehend a man who broke into his home .
Barry Manilow tells People magazine that he hid being gay for decades.
A New Jersey cat that went missing more than two years ago is back home.
President Donald Trump has removed chief strategist Steve Bannon from the National Security Council.
David Letterman will replace an ailing Neil Young as the person inducting Pearl Jam into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Friday.
The military says a fighter jet pilot on a training mission ejected safely before the aircraft crashed a few miles from the U.S. capital.
The stores closing include the one in Great Bend, Liberal, Emporia, and Hutchinson. A page on the company’s website confirmed.
Officials announced that six people have been arrested on suspicion of recruiting others to commit extremist crimes.
Netflix’s video-streaming service is officially scrapping its familiar star-rating system.
In a statement late Tuesday night, Pepsi defended the ad.