The Houston Astros won their home opener over the Kansas City Royals, 8-2, on Monday night.
A Kansas State University student is making a political statement about Governor Brownback’s education cuts using an online game.
The governor hopes the new law will reform the juvenile justice system by not locking up so many young people.
The Amber Alert for 1-month-old Amilyah Foreman has been canceled.
The 2016 Ford F-150 is the only full-size pickup truck to score the top rating in new front crash tests.
Police were called to the report of a vandalism at the Islamic Association of Mid-Kansas at 3406 W. Taft.
President Barack Obama is designating a home that’s central to the women’s rights movement as a national monument.
Highly touted recruit Josh Jackson has committed to playing basketball at Kansas next season.
Kansas State held its annual men’s basketball banquet held Monday night .
Los Angeles police have arrested a man they say posed as an Uber driver to kidnap and rape a woman he lured into his SUV.
Registration is now underway for all 2016 Gregg Marshall Shocker Basketball Camps.
The R&B artist is leading the nominees at this year’s Billboard Music Awards .
The judge gave Jasmine Bridgeman at least a year and up to 15 years at the Utah State Prison.
Next month federal meteorologists are lowering their voices and their letters — except in dire emergencies.
President Barack Obama and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen discussed the outlook for near and long-term economic growth.