George S. James, 49, Brookhaven, Ga., pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud.
East Kellogg drivers will experience a significant traffic change on Saturday as construction from Webb Road to K-96 progresses.
Court records show a fired eastern Kansas jailer had sex with five inmates, including one who become pregnant and had an abortion.
General Motors is recalling nearly 49,000 trucks worldwide to fix a fuel tank problem that increases the risk of a fire.
Neil Young will open his vast archive of music for anyone to listen to online for free next month.
The University of Kansas can proceed with plans to build a $26 million indoor practice facility for its football team.
Republicans are muscling their massive tax bill through the House.
Court records say a man posed for photos with his dead wife before dismembering her body in a Kansas City hotel room.
The public can learn more about the survey findings at the Fairmount Coffee Company at 1 p.m.
The long-awaited Museum of the Bible is opening in Washington. The $500 million museum traces the extensive influence of the Bible.
A man wanted in connection to a woman’s death last month is now behind bars.
The sheriff said he discussed with a local prosecutor the possibility of a disorderly conduct charge — a misdemeanor — against the driver.
Authorities credited the quick action of school personnel, who jumped into lockdown mode, for saving dozens of students at the school .
A painting of Christ by the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million.
The trio apologized later Wednesday and publicly thanked Trump, who was in Asia last week, for his help.