NBC’s “The Voice” moves to the playoff round tonight where the coaches will begin to narrow their teams down to three contestants each, in advance of next week’s start of live broadcasts that lead up to the show finale on May 20th.
Three cyber hacks on the Kansas Department of Education’s new standardized testing system has left schools across the state waiting for a solution.
Tax preparers and accountants are working hard to remind taxpayers of future tax-related healthcare provisions that could leave many facing penalties when they file next year.
Dispatch received a call originally stating that a helicopter was caught in some power lines but have since confirmed that it was being used for maintenance by a line crew.
The city is assessing thousands of dollars in bills to homeowners for sidewalk repairs.
The Justice Department says Attorney General Eric Holder will travel to Overland Park, Kan., on Thursday to pay tribute to the victims in the shootings at Jewish community sites.
Wichitan Heath Larson will be among the thousands of runners competing in the Boston Marathon.
A memorial service is scheduled for Wednesday for Robert C. Harder, a former Kansas legislator who helped create the agency that became the state Department for Children and Families and served as its top administrator for two decades.
A loud boom that startled some residents in south-central Kansas was caused when damaged fireworks that were being destroyed exploded.
Legendary radio broadcast veteran, Tim Peters, passed away earlier today.
As General Motors executives show off their newest cars and trucks in New York this week, analysts are watching for signs that consumers are shying away from the ones sitting on dealer lots.
High school students in Minnesota put down the books and computers and head outdoors for hands-on lesson in wildlife research.
A western Pennsylvania police officer says he spent much of December and January dressed as an Amish woman in hopes of scaring off a man suspected of exposing himself to Amish children.
A federal appeals court has upheld the 260-year prison sentence of a convicted child sexual predator who used a 9-year-old Kansas girl to produce pornography.