Kansas and Missouri are bracing for a winter storm that is expected to dump several inches of snow across the two states.
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert tells us how this could interfere with our home computers and even cell phones.
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert witnessed the weekly test first hand to see what goes into the behind the scenes of these checks.
Farmers are just days away from harvest time for soybeans and corn.
When will we see that powerful solar storm? Click here for the details!
It’s now officially fall but you might have noticed the leaves on the trees already started changing colors.
What is “normal” fall-like weather in Northeast Kansas? Click here to find out!
What is the autumnal equinox, exactly? Click here to find out!
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert tells us just how dangerous flooding can be.
Does the smell of fresh cut grass, make you… happy?
Crews building containment lines around the giant wildfire in the Sierra Nevada are making significant progress even as the blaze continues to grow.
Despite the recent hot weather across Kansas, on Monday the drought emergency status was officially dropped for Eastern Kansas.
Find out what the 2014 Farmer’s Almanac says about the winter forecast for Eastern Kansas!
Don’t miss one of the biggest celestial events of the year! Click here for the details!
Strong storms on Tuesday afternoon may have lead to a microburst in North Topeka.
Summer isn’t happening on the same day across the country, this year. Where’s summer starting first? Click here for the details!
Overnight rains have slowed the start of the Kansas winter wheat harvest in south-central Kansas.