The deaths of five Americans killed in a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan stand as a fresh reminder of the dangers of friendly fire, an element…
Celebrity cook Paula Deen, whose career was derailed after she admitted using racial slurs, is going digital.
The Chanute City Commission has voted to expand the city's ultra-high-speed broadband service to every home and business, if funding is foun…
Federal investigators say the Kansas City man who was injured when his house exploded last week has died.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will face angry lawmakers as he becomes the first Obama administration official to testify publicly about the …
After 25 years, the Douglas County AIDS Project plans to close.
Cheney residents overwhelmingly approved a $15.4 million school bond issue.
The University of Kansas Hospital has received a $2 million donation toward construction of a 92-bed building on its campus in Kansas City, …
A new government report shows Kansas leads the nation in the production of wheat and sorghum grain.
Eric Hosmer, Alex Gordon, and Mike Moustakas each hit home runs as the Royals beat the Indians on Tuesday night.
Kansas appears to have understated the effects of tax cuts championed by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback in projecting revenues.
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Florida man faces animal cruelty charges after allowing dog's cancer to go untreated.
Kansas voters who registered using a national form without providing proof of U.S. citizenship will be given full provisional ballots during…
The Kansas City Chiefs fullback, Anthony Sherman, and linebacker, Joe Mays, met with the media on Tuesday afternoon.
Junction City Police are dealing with a fast growing number of car break-ins.
Heavy rains overnight and in the forecast are a mixed blessing for local farmers.
The Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was cited for a D.U.I. and careless driving after an accident on Monday.
Five U.S. servicemen killed in Afghanistan during "friendly fire" incident.
Aircraft maker Bombardier is planning to lay off about 200 workers in Wichita, citing delays in its Learjet 85 program.