The man charged in the mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater in 2012 now faces trial in October.
NBC said it worked with Olympic officials to stop some 45,000 instances of illegally posted video or pirate streams that surfaced to show co…
A national tea party group is endorsing Milton Wolf in the Kansas physician's bid
Four University of Utah students who police say were caught smoking pot in an igloo are facing possible discipline from campus officials.
Those "Nutrition Facts" labels on nearly every food package in grocery stores are getting a new look.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill that increases the state's limits on some damages in lawsuits
Two ancient giants that once roamed the area now known as Kansas have earned approval from the House to be designated as the state's officia…
A Kansas City man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $330,000
A Horton High School teacher has resigned after allegations of getting too close to a student.
Several downtown businesses and state offices have given employees the option for a shortened 30 minute lunch for years.
The Kansas House has approved a bill that would strengthen protections for parents who leave their newborn children at safe havens
Dennis Moore asked a U.S. Senate subcommittee to increase funding for support of Alzheimer's research
A new study claims race plays a major role in who police pull over for certain traffic stops.
Topeka police officers were busy this morning trying to stop drivers that ended in crashes.
Was it Lee Daniels' "The Butler," the folk rock bio pic "Inside Llewyn Davis," or Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine"?
The Kansas attorney general has filed a first-degree murder charge against a 30-year-old western Kansas man
U.S. Senate candidate Milton Wolf is holding three rallies across Kansas with a national tea party group.
Instead of being asked "Who are you wearing?" on the red carpet at the Academy Awards, the question for Ushio Shinohara should probably be "…
There has been talk about domestic violence over the past few weeks.
he University of Kansas is ready to begin construction of two five-story halls that will house 350 students.