A silver lining frames the cloud of destruction left by Superstorm Sandy. In their hour of greatest need, families and communities — not the government— were the most helpful sources of assistance and support.
Crews have restored power to most of the 145,000 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers hit by a weekend outage that darkened a large part of California’s Central Coast.
After arguably the greatest career in Kansas State track and field history, high jumper Erik Kynard made his professional debut on Sunday.
The Kansas City Royals took advantage of a pair of errors by the Chicago White Sox to score three times in the eighth inning Sunday.
A motorcycle driver is alive after spending nearly nine hours stuck in a ditch Saturday night.
Kansas prison leaders are sticking with their current security systems, despite 8 inmates escaping from the same prison over the last three years.
The decision to allow women to serve in combat units within a few years has local recruiters wondering how that could affect their job.
Wichita officials are looking to curb rising copper thefts by revising the city’s scrap metal ordinance.
Eight minimum-security inmates have walked away from the state’s prison in Lansing in the past three years. But officials there are confident in their security systems.
Higher education officials in Kansas argue that public universities and colleges are crucial to economic growth.