At the top of many Kansans holiday shopping lists are sweets and treats. One place in Wichita has specialized in those goodies since 1937.
Soldiers and veterans are telling an 8-year-old Muslim girl, fearful she’ll be forced to leave America, #IWillProtectYou.
New York City became one of a handful of U.S. cities to move to grant six weeks of paid leave for parents to care for a newborn child.
Black Lives Matter protests in Minneapolis have disrupted traffic at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport and at the Mall of America.
An investigation into a Veterans Affairs medical center in Leavenworth has found irregularities in wait lists for veterans.
Turn your old live Christmas trees into mulch at one of these locations. While you’re there, pick up some mulch!
A Kansas electric utility provider has contracted with a company to construct a 280-megawatt wind farm for Ford County.
The State of Kansas Wednesday is challenging U.S. Department of Labor rules that that require home health care workers be paid overtime.
After an E. coli outbreak that sickened more than 50 people, Chipotle is tweaking its cooking methods.
The post office in Rudolph, Wisconsin, is helping to deliver the Christmas spirit around the world.
Iraqi forces on Tuesday reported progress in the military operation to retake the city of Ramadi from the Islamic State group.
When 10-year-old Ania answered the knock at her door, her mom was on the couch, immobilized by illness.
Governor Jay Inslee said he has directed the state to identify those people who need to be returned.
The attorney general says he’s required by Virginia law to make sure concealed handgun permit holders meet Virginia’s standards.
The Kansas Supreme Court has struck down a law that attempts to curb its administrative power to appoint chief judges.