Gov. Brownback says he and many Kansas legislators aren’t ready to consider big increases in aid to public schools.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department was involved in a high-speed chase that ended with the suspect stabbing himself.
Brief power outage affected 1,300 near 13th Street and K-96
His extensive track record during his tenure in Duluth was cited as a major factor in him getting the job.
Marines team put with local community action group to bring Toys for Tots
Bikes decorated with Christmas lights and holiday bling made a local family’s holiday a little brighter.
Wildcats improve to 8-2 with victory over CSU at INTRUST Bank Arena.
Madison police say one person was shot in the leg during a “disturbance” inside the mall.
A father is dressing up his 4-month-old son in an “Elf on the Shelf’ outfit, taking daily photos and chronicling the photos online.
Shockers three-game winning streak ends with overtime loss to Pirates
A southeast Kansas sheriff says the FBI will pay for damage to a home where authorities unsuccessfully sought a fugitive.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the capital murder conviction of a man sentenced for shooting two people in Wichita.
About 50,000 people in Kansas had signed up through the federal health insurance exchange as of Dec. 12.
Second-ranked Kansas buried Montana with a big second-half run for an 88-46 victory Saturday.
Stolen vehicle recovered after suspect eludes officers in high speed chase.
Police in Tulsa say an argument about a woman ended with a man shot to death in the parking lot of a Tulsa apartment complex.
A Minnesota man who once posed as Scottish nobility now faces federal fraud charges.
A federal lawsuit seeking to prevent an Oklahoma Indian casino from expanding its operations into Kansas.
Bad-boy ex-pharmaceutical company CEO Martin Shkreli says fraud allegations against him are “baseless and without merit.”
Drug overdose deaths surged across the U.S. to the highest level since at least 1970, according to the CDC.
Scam artists look for vulnerable Facebook users and once they successfully clone someone’s Facebook page.
President Barack Obama arrived in Hawaii on Saturday to celebrate Christmas and ring in his final year as president.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has already surpassed $100 million in North America and $250 million globally.
President Obama was accompanied by his wife, first lady Michelle Obama. He described the meetings as “so moving” for both of them.
If you see a man with a white beard and a red shirt in December, he must be Santa Claus, right?