Airport police referred questions to an airport spokesman, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Accident involved a medical transport van.
Zach Haney receives honors – and scholarship money.
It’s a project six years in the making.
Nearly 1 out of 5 people lives below the poverty line and the majority of them are children.
One man forced to jump from bedroom window.
The public got a first look Wednesday of the library’s newest addition that will be on the streets soon.
All of your hard work as a child filling buckets with sand and mud might come in handy at the annual Sand Castle and Sculpture Contest
A young woman claims that she was raped by a man she knew.
A Manhattan man hit in the head with a beer bottle while in a fight is awaiting the results of an investigation.
It was the third rabid bat found in Lee’s Summit since early June.
The Topeka Zoo giraffe was euthanized Wednesday morning.
Parts of the highway will be closed for the moving of rock material that will be used for bridge embankment construction work.
Freeman said Wednesday he was stopped after not signaling a turn at a stop sign. He contends he had no alcohol in his car.
Thursday is the 33nd anniversary of the July 17, 1981, disaster that killed 114 people and injured more than 200 others.
No injuries or flight disruptions were reported when the E170 Republic Airlines jet went off a runway at Kansas City International Airport.
The plans brought to the council would determine where about $240 million from the county wide half-cent sales tax plan would go in the city…
A special prosecutor has dismissed a first-degree murder charge against a northwest Missouri man facing a third trial in his neighbor’s 1990…
The owner of a Topeka property slated for demolition calls the city bullies. The city in turn is calling him a liar.
The Federal Communications Commission is struggling over how to regulate the internet.
But will people use it?
Nearly 100 professional golfers are in Northeast Kansas to compete in the Firekeeper Classic.
Police arrived on scene and found that a hotel patron struck an employee in the face after being asked to leave.
The campaign co-chairs presented a giant check for $11,052.65 to the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Specialist.
Measles cases have been rare in the U.S. since indigenous measles were declared eliminated in the country in 2000.