Officials in Dodge City have approved a measure to allow wind energy systems in all zoning districts, including residential areas.
A U.S.-French science satellite that tracked rising sea levels for more than a decade and helped forecasters make better weather predictions worldwide has gone dark.
Junior chefs from across the nation touting their best recipes will ascend on the White House next week for the second kids’ “state dinner” luncheon.
The Pentagon says Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has spoken to the Egyptian defense minister twice in the past week
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages eased this week after last week’s surge, declines that could prompt homebuyers to act quickly before rates rise further.
Researchers at Princeton University have brought a new tool into the realm of cybernetics: a 3-D printer.
To hear Elijah Wood talk about the 1978 slasher film “Halloween,” he sounds, well, giddy.
Lawrence police are looking for help finding a thief who’s been stealing downtown parking meters.
One of nine defendants charged in the shooting death of a Topeka woman has pleaded no contest.
Three people who ordered food at a Taco Bell drive-thru in western Michigan got something more valuable: $3,600 in cash.
The Kansas attorney general will not be representing the Kansas Corporation Commission in a Shawnee County lawsuit accusing the state agency of violating the state’s open meetings.
State police are looking for a landscaper who gave a western Pennsylvania man a sucker bite on his neck after luring the victim into his truck with the promise of a $20 grass-cutting job.
James Gandolfini has left the bulk of his estimated $70 million estate to his 13-year-old son and infant daughter.
The French government wants major trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union suspended for two weeks amid anger over alleged U.S. eavesdropping on European allies.
A Manhattan man says he’s considering a run against Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts.
President Mohammed Morsi said that he won’t back down to “dictates.” Millions have staged protests reminiscent of the uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak.
Kansas Agriculture Secretary Dale Rodman has made changes in the department’s top management because of the departures of two high-level administrators.