Republicans loyal to former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney are struggling over a future with Donald Trump.
Kansas farmers have begun harvesting what appears to be a bountiful wheat crop. The only problems is wheat prices are low this year.
Kansas Republicans say they plan to quickly resolve the issue of school funding when they convene in a special session on June 23rd.
View photos of Christina Grimmie, star of “The Voice,” who was killed by a gunman Friday night while signing autographs
Christina Grimmie was shot to death after giving a concert in Orlando on Friday night. She died early Saturday.
Alex Avila hit two of Chicago’s season-high four home runs and the struggling White Sox beat Kansas City 7-5 on Friday night.
A jury on Friday found Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard guilty on 12 counts of public corruption.
After two days of competition at the NCAA Championships, the 15th-ranked Wildcat women are tied for eighth place.
The trash crews at Riverfest are remembering a fallen garbage man.
The Kansas City Royals completed the second day of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft today, selecting eight players.
Strained by a jury verdict that awarded pro wrestler Hulk Hogan $140 million, Gawker Media is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Friday asked the Kansas Supreme Court to withdraw its warning.
A physical education teacher in Great Bend arrested on Monday for suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child has resigned.
Four states have such laws, but Kansas is the only state that fully enforces it.
There are some fun and unusual events taking place over the last two days of Riverfest 2016.