Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned a decision by the IAAF to uphold a ban on competition for Russian track and field athletes.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism reports zebra mussels have been found in the Hillsdale Reservoir in Miami County.
A man who shot at a Connecticut mosque out of anger on the night of the terror attacks in Paris was sentenced Friday to six months in prison…
Wichita police detectives are hoping the public can help locate a vehicle involved in a drive-by shooting in east Wichita.
The Lawrence Journal-World newspaper is being sold. The same family has owned the paper for 125 years. The new owners are based in Virginia.
The largest fundraising arm for the victims of the Pulse nightclub attack reversed course Friday.
The Pixar sequel “Finding Dory” took in $9.2 million in Thursday previews, a record for an animated film.
Pop star Christina Aguilera has released a new song, “Change,” following Sunday’s mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub.
A fired University of Kansas assistant professor is claiming anti-German discrimination in a lawsuit against the school.
Salina Police are pursuing a charge of aggravated battery against an owner of a day care center.
Authorities in Barton County believe hot weather is to blame for the death of a woman
A major month-long raid by US Immigration and Customer Enforcement has ended with more than two dozen arrests in Kansas.
The IAAF has upheld its ban on Russia’s track and field team for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Police search for suspects who ignited fireworks display inside Arizona Walmart, triggering terrifying fire.
Kia is recalling about 98,000 minivans in cold-weather states for a second time because some suspension parts can rust.