Senate Bill 1062 has set off a political firestorm since the Arizona Legislature passed the bill last week
Ehlers died Thursday at a Long Beach hospital of kidney failure, his wife, Dorothy, told The Associated Press on Monday.
A bench trial has been scheduled for a 64-year-old school bus driver charged in an accident
Lanes will be closing on a busy highway north of Topeka.
Monday is the first time the Jenkin’s family from Topeka has received some good news about getting out of the country and back home.
It’s hard to vote against veterans these days.
Kansas corn and sorghum growers have a new top executive running their industry advocacy organizations.
The 56th running of “The Great American Race” the Daytona 500 was full of rain, wrecks and other surprises.
Comedy actor, director and writer Harold Ramis, best known for his roles in movies such as “Ghostbusters” and “Stripes,” died Monday
Doctors say women carrying specific breast cancer gene should have their ovaries removed by age 35.
The cost of going to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World just got more expensive.
Authorities say a 12-year-old girl who got out of her father’s SUV to pose for photos with a boy after her first date was struck and killed …
The White House says President Barack Obama will propose a 1 percent pay raise next year for federal workers.
Egg McMuffin, meet the Waffle Taco.
A Wichita-based group has left voicemail messages urging Kansans to thank their state representative who voted for a bill that sought to pro…
A Wichita maintenance technician has been sent to federal prison for stealing equipment from two Wichita companies
Equipment operators from street maintenance and water pollution control collaborated to begin single lane plowing of all emergency routes as…
The last piece of NBC’s big talk-show turnover will fall into place Monday when Seth Meyers debuts as host of “Late Night.”
A House budget committee has accepted a subcommittee’s recommendation to increasing spending for Kansas public higher education
The House Pensions and Benefits Committee rejected a bill Monday to create a 401(k)-style plan for teachers and public employees