Creeks and rivers topped their banks, hundreds evacuated and several thousand people found themselves trapped.
Right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos has been disinvited to this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference.
Wichita State’s two seniors praised as Shockers get set to host Evansville in home regular-season finale.
The K-96 ramp to westbound Kellogg is officially closed until 2021.
The fate of the city’s pools are at stake on Tuesday where council members will vote on which will close and which will stay open.
The hearing for the new farm bill will be held on Thursday at K-State.
Dodge City’s schools will have counselors to help students cope with the tragedy.
Great Bend police are searching for the suspect who robbed the Subway restaurant.
Security camera video shows man strike child with belt 62 times in less than five minutes.
Kansas lawmakers won’t vote on expanding Medicaid until at least April 3.
There are still two weeks left before March Madness kicks in and plenty of great matchups to be seen.
On Monday, the folks at Allmetal Recycling presented a $15,000 check to the organization.
Legislators are skeptical of estimates for projected savings in spending on public schools included in Gov. Brownback’s budget proposals.
Emergency crews find Ohio shut-in stuck to chair she hadn’t left in months.
Andrew Jackson’s triumph in 1828 over President John Quincy Adams bears striking similarities to Donald Trump’s victory.