The City of Wichita reports a higher number of water main breaks than usual occurred after earthquakes rattled the area on January 6.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports it has confirmed the first influenza cases of the 2015-2016 season.
President Barack Obama’s health care law beat expectations by earning solid sign-ups this year.
An ape at the Salt Lake City zoo has predicted the Carolina Panthers will win the Super Bowl.
After helping four businesses last year, the city hopes to expand to more.
A former Oklahoma Highway Patrolman is accused of assaulting three women during traffic stops.
The Zika virus is putting a spotlight on a potentially devastating birth defect.
Secretary of State Colin Powell and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice received classified national security information on email.
A judge denies the defense’s request for bond for Natalie Keepers, one of two suspects in the murder of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell.
The sheriff says that within the past week there have been at least 20 metal pipes stolen from the corners of fences.
On Thursday, the 13th and Oliver QuikTrip will be closing its doors for good, just one week after the Walmart across the street closed.
Two engineering majors at Virginia Tech university carefully planned the kidnapping and killing of a 13-year-old girl.
Officials say Robinson Middle School was evacuated Thursday afternoon due to a gas leak.
Michigan lawmakers moved quickly Thursday to start approving $30 million to help pay the water bills of Flint residents.
One man is in custody following a deadly downtown Topeka crash following a police chase. Three others were injured in the wreck.