A newly released drought update says most of Kansas is still in a drought.
On Tuesday July 9, 2013 we had the story on Kansas Highways and the possibility of toll fees rising in the future.
June sales heated up for stores.
A northern Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his ex-wife while she played the organ during a church service last year.
U.S. and European regulators have struck an agreement that seeks to coordinate rules overseeing the nearly $700 trillion derivatives market while potentially limiting the reach of U.S. authorities.
A former employee of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is set to be sentenced for orchestrating a massive contracting fraud.
A presidential decree read on state television announced that Guinea’s much-delayed legislative election will be held on Sept. 24.
A Myanmar court sentenced seven Buddhists to between three and 15 years in jail for their roles in a massacre at an Islamic boarding school that left dozens of students and teachers dead
Lawyers for James “Whitey” Bulger (BUHL’-jur) have asked the judge in his racketeering trial to delay proceedings for several days.
A thunderstorm in Colorado sent rocks, mud, debris and running water rushing down part of a canyon in Manitou Springs, leaving some vehicles covered or stuck in mud.
Bruised from the defeat of a massive farm bill last month, Republicans are giving the legislation another chance by bringing a pared-down version to the House floor.
Sherlock Holmes is back on home turf in the second-season premiere of “Elementary” — and so, a bit uncomfortably, is star Jonny Lee Miller.
Massachusetts authorities have planned a news conference to discuss a “major development” in the nearly 50-year-old slaying of a woman that was attributed to the Boston Strangler.
The European Union said Thursday that its inspectors raided the offices of several telecommunications companies this week to see if they had abused their dominant position in the global market for Internet traffic.
Prosecutors from around the country are in Topeka, focusing on Domestic Violence issues.
Brownback says he won’t disclose the applicants for the Kansas Court of Appeals because it would prevent some qualified candidates from coming forward.
Members of problem-gambling task forces in Kansas say the state is not adequately funding efforts to combat gambling and other addictions.