It’s burning near Shawnee, or about 30 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.
The Kansas Supreme Court has disbarred a longtime Topeka lawyer from practice because of how he handled two clients’ estates.
The donors’ combined gifts total more than $6,300 and benefit children at Topeka Unified School District 501.
A much stronger magnitude 8.8 earthquake in February 2010 generated a tsunami and killed 524 people in Chile.
Thousands of rescue workers were searching the undersea crash site but there appeared to be no survivors.
It is also one last chance for those who haven’t done their holiday shopping, to get it done.
Lockett sidelined rest of season
Raiders QB Carr out indefinitely with broken fibula
KSN tracks Santa with its Triple Turbo Super Santa Seeker Doppler Radar.
President-elect Donald Trump says he will dissolve the Donald J. Trump Foundation.
Sgt. Joe Kennedy with the Wichita Police Department says he does not believe the two robberies are connected.
A 6 year-old victim of gun violence is out of the hospital just in time for Christmas, and now her family is feeling doubly blessed.
The Kansas Supreme Court has sent back to a district court the case of a Salina man convicted in the 2013 death of his infant son.
The court ruled the Kansas Court of Appeals to reconsider if a case can be made that Terry D. McIntyre had ineffective counsel.
A historical museum has reopened in southeast Kansas about a year after it closed amid concerns about how to fund it.