Authorities are searching for a 29-year-old man reported missing in an eastern Kansas lake.
A man is dealing with some minor injuries this morning after he was hit by a car while mowing his lawn.
A drive-in theater in eastern Kansas is facing a threat from the movies’ switch to digital, but the community is pitching in to help.
The annual Wamego Fireworks Show brings in thousands every year to watch the never ending display of fireworks.
A Wichita school district official says an elementary teacher charged with carrying a concealed handgun on school premises doesn’t work for the district anymore.
The North American Butterfly Association Count will kick off at the Natural Resources Conservation Service Manhattan Plant Materials Center (PMC), Saturday, July 13, 2013, beginning at 9 a.m.
Twinkies are not just snack cakes in Emporia. They’re something to celebrate, which the city will do with a Twinkies Festival on July 15, the day Hostess Brands plans to return them to store shelves.
Kansas State Board of Education members will open discussions next week about pushing for more state funding for public schools.
UPDATE // Officials in Jefferson County say they know what went wrong at a fireworks show last night.
A federal judge has given a former employee of the Garden City prosecutor’s office a few extra weeks of freedom before he goes to prison for theft.
A Wichita boy was spending the Fourth of July recovering from burns caused not by fireworks but a game involving matches.
People in Council Grove are making a splash this Independence Day.
Farmers are hauling bountiful winter wheat crops into elevators in central Kansas, but the drought has decimated yields in the western part of the state
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This Independence Day, it’s not bad to feel good about being an American, a Kansas State University researcher said.
The chamber of commerce says it expects about 20,000 people to come into town for the parade and fireworks tomorrow.