A Hugoton man was seriously injured in a one-vehicle roll-over crash in Grant County Thursday afternoon.
A recent security training session in Wichita attracted dozens of volunteers and staff from many places of worship.
Still, most of Andover’s public schools do not have storm shelters.
About 16 U.S. military personnel have been disciplined for mistakes that led to the bombing of a civilian hospital in Afghanistan.
Republican leaders in Arizona want to set aside $5 million from Wichitan Charles Koch to go to public universities in the state.
The Rev. Franklin Graham on Thursday addressed thousands of people waving miniature American flags outside the Kansas Statehouse.
Topeka Fire Marshal Michael Martin says the damaged building housed 20 motel rooms.
Eaton Corp. says it is cutting 30 percent of its jobs at a Hutchinson, Kansas, hydraulics plant, affecting 42 workers.
Another state has agreed to recognize Kansas concealed carry licenses.
South Carolina’s governor urged the Obama administration to stop plans to move Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States.
National Take Back Day is coming up in Kansas on Saturday.
A news release from city officials said the figures come from data released by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
Heavy rain has washed out several sections of railroad track and caused untreated wastewater to be released.
News media outlets showed broadcast images of the man walking outside of the WBFF-TV building in Baltimore.
The Blue Man Group is singing the blues over the theft of some property while the performers were in Wichita this week.