The first blockbuster upset of March Madness: Twitter over CBS on Selection Sunday.
An Amtrak train derailed just after midnight in Gray County with more than 140 people on board.
Police and the public were seeking answers for why a gunman opened fire outside a police station in a Maryland suburb.
The Wichita State Shockers are set to make their fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament.
Three people were critically injured in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 54 west of Wichita Sunday afternoon.
Moviegoers didn’t have much to go on with the mysterious “10 Cloverfield Lane,” but the words “Cloverfield” and “J.J. Abrams” were enough.
Twenty-six years ago on March 13th the town of Hesston, Kansas suffered a devastating tornado.
Donald Trump dodged Sunday when the father of a slain POW asked him to clarify controversial remarks about Arizona Sen. John McCain.
Police in Maryland say a police officer was critically wounded in a shooting, and two suspects are in custody.
Hundreds of protesters demonstrated near the home of Wendy’s chairman hoping to get a penny-per-pound fee for its tomatoes.
A suicide car bomb went off near bus stops in the heart of Turkey’s capital on Sunday, killing at least 34 people.
WSU and KU are both in the NCAA tournament. KU plays Austin Peay in the south bracket. WSU gets play-in game against Vanderbilt.
A Wichita woman is getting her life back on track thanks to Clean Slate Day.
Kansas GOP legislative leaders and Gov. Sam Brownback cite the Kansas Open Records Act in declining to release emails and the schedules.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump is standing by his campaign rhetoric, rejecting any responsibility for violence at his rallies.