Road conditions in and around Wichita remain slick at best. Some dry spots exist but there is snow and ice on the side roads.
Gov. Brownback says he’s not second-guessing a new law that would require the state’s college campuses to allow concealed weapons.
The first of 17 detainees scheduled to be released from the Guantanamo Bay prison in January will be transferred next week.
Whole Foods says it has agreed to pay New York City $500,000 to settle allegations it overcharged customers.
The Fitbit app topped Apple’s app store in the U.S. on Christmas Day and the day after.
January is looming, and we all know what that means: A resolution to lose weight and get healthy.
The heirs to a poem about a “soft kitty” say TV’s “The Big Bang Theory” is violating their copyrights.
Verizon and Sprint customers have until December 31 to seek refunds as part of two multi-state settlements reached in May.
A grand jury has declined to indict a rookie Cleveland police officer in the fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.
The parents of a 4-year-old Rhode Island girl with cerebral palsy found a new motorized scooter on their doorstep.
Authorities accused the man of using a tiny spy camera to record 25 of his students at a school in Loudonville.
After a December that has felt more like spring than winter, the first major snowstorm of the season is about to hit the Northeast.
Michigan State, Kansas and Oklahoma are the top three teams for the third straight week in the men’s college basketball poll.
Wichita police say a driver was rescued after his car slid into a pond.
City Manager Robert Layton asked for the review to determine if there had been any unlawful or inappropriate practice.