Police say a woman accused of drunken driving and hitting six vehicles initially identified herself to an officer as “Hell on Wheels.”
An entire family, including three young children, died Sunday after their vehicle went into a suburban Phoenix lake, authorities said.
The Tallgrass Film Festival ended its annual event Sunday, and the event brought in welcome revenue for local businesses.
After the groom got cold feet, the would-be bride’s family donated the wedding dinner to the city’s homeless.
A shooting at the annual ZombiCon gathering in Florida has left one person dead and five more injured.
The American Athletic Conference wants to be considered closer in quality to the Power Five conferences.
To many in New York City, the rats are winning. The city’s complaint hotline is on pace for a record year of rat calls.
Family-friendly “Goosebumps” over the gothic horror “Crimson Peak” two weekends out from Halloween. “Bridge of Spies” ranked third.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says a 17-year-old who let go of the steering wheel to swat a spider caused a four-vehicle crash in Barton County.
An east Wichita fast-food restaurant was held up Saturday by two men with guns.
The U.S. expects Iran will take months to live up to its end of a seven-nation nuclear pact.
Netflix hasn’t broken the theatrical mold with its first feature film, “Beasts of No Nation.”
Kansas will face a higher target than many other states as it tries to reduce carbon emissions under new federal clean air rules.
One person was injured in a roll-over crash on I-235 in Wichita early Sunday morning.
Kansas transportation officials have designated 487 miles of state roads to become part of a national bicycle route.