The Olathe man was convicted and sentenced to die in 2003 in Kansas for the deaths of a Michigan woman and another from Indiana.
A former loan officer for a Great Bend bank will be sentenced June 8 after pleading guilty to bank fraud.
The Cherokee County sheriff says the death of a Texas woman whose body was found in a field is considered suspicious.
A bill that would potentially shrink civil service protections for some employees has advanced in the Kansas House.
Authorities are investigating after remains believed to be human were found in a wooded area near Abilene.
Perez received a second life sentence on a sexual exploitation of a child conviction and nearly 34 more years behind bars for other counts.
This recall is based on a recall notice from one of Amy’s organic spinach suppliers.
Gov. Sam Brownback has proclaimed Wednesday as Military Appreciation Day in Kansas.
A passenger jet carrying 150 people crashed Tuesday in a remote area of the French Alps.
Alabama is reportedly hoping to lure Gregg Marshall to Tuscaloosa to coach the Crimson Tide
Many Shocker fans are looking to follow there team on their run through the tournament.
The singer Taylor Swift, Microsoft Corp. Harvard University are among those buying up .porn and .adult Web suffixes as a pre-emptive move
Princeton was facing Maryland in the second round of the tournament Monday night at the Terrapins’ arena.
Colorado lawmakers have advanced legislation to prohibit the use of Native American mascots at schools unless tribes give permission.
A new proposal for controlling the cost of mental health drugs to the Medicaid program in Kansas has advanced in the Legislature.
Wichita State University shocked the state Sunday by beating Kansas University 78-65.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to listen to a challenge on Wisconsin’s voter ID law.
Scott City locals are brimming with pride for their own Ron Baker year round, but Sunday night’s win over KU brought an extra dose of excite…
Mel Hambelton passed away Sunday night at 81 years of age. His family reports that he died peacefully with his family by his side.
The names, photos and addresses of 100 U.S. military members posted online were not stolen from confidential government files.
On Monday, KSN found a Shocker fan pushing to make Wichita State’s Ron Baker governor.
Tyler Lindzy is looking forward to fighting serious wildfires in Colorado and surrounding states.
A Eureka man pleaded guilty Monday to making counterfeit money by “washing” old bills, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
Exactly 70 years after it was delivered to the Army Air Forces in Wichita, B-29 Doc is delivered again.
Many started their day lining up outside of Tad’s Locker Room.