A government report is forecasting record corn and soybean harvests in Kansas.
A Chinese swimmer, a Polish weightlifter and a Bulgarian steeplechaser were expelled for doping.
Jerry Sandusky took the stand Friday to forcefully deny the child molestation charges.
For the first time, the United States won’t win an Olympic medal in women’s soccer.
Heavy rain and flooding in Louisiana leading the governor on Friday to declare a state of emergency.
Veteran Fox executives Jack Abernethy and Bill Shine will become the new co-presidents of Fox News Channel.
Ohio police officer steps in to help after finding 7-year-old trying to sell his teddy bear in order to buy food.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 337,000 vehicles for a third time.
An attorney for Daisy Tackett filed the amended federal lawsuit.
Deputies said a person found the 64-year-old Wichita man in the yard with what appeared to be a gunshot wound.
Wichita police arrested a suspect that committed several robberies over the weekend.
Gov. Brownback hopes state legislators spend significant time examining the state’s law on amusement parks.
As Trump continues to drop in polls, the electoral map appears firmly in Clinton’s control.
The family of Caleb Schwab will hold his funeral at Life Mission Church in Olathe.
The Kansas Stars will take on the Hays Larks tonight at 7 p.m . in the semi-final game.