The state is aware of at least 2,000 cattle deaths in the southwest region, but that number could be higher.
Authorities said Xavier Rigney, 4, briefly got out of his mother's sight and somehow made his way through a locked fence before jumping into the pool.
Red flag warnings of critical fire conditions were issued by the National Weather Service in eight states.
Police say a former University of Kansas soccer goalie has been killed and her husband has been charged with first-degree murder in her death.
Country Crock is going boozy. Cover Crop Whiskey was developed to raise awareness for sustainable farming and to help ensure healthy soil in the future.
Only minor injuries have been reported at this time
“There’s always room for improvement, but yeah, I’m pretty proud of myself,” Karlee Myers, a high school Junior born with one arm, shared.
LGBTQ-rights advocates are calling for a Kansas state lawmaker to be formally censured after she said she didn't want to share the women’s restrooms at the Statehouse with a transgender colleague.
Lamonte McIntyre, 45, and his mother allege in a lawsuit filed in 2018 that the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, is responsible for the actions of former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective Roger Golubski and other officers involved in his prosecution.
“I’m trying to stand with Ukraine by not standing behind Russian products,” Jamie Stratton, Jacob Liquor Exchange partner and wine director, told FOX TV Stations.
The events that unfolded on their wedding day nearly 10 years ago, which locals still bring up in town, are a true testament to a life of dedication.
The alleged property management's clerical mistake is being blamed for the mishap.
Wichita Police have adopted Nora, a rat terrier-chihuahua mix, after she was found abandoned near a dumpster outside the station.
Police and paramedics raced to a Kansas woman’s home thinking they were responding to a shooting. Officers said it was all a prank.
A Kansas woman who just turned 18 won the lottery with the very first ticket she’d ever bought.
Residents in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Wichita, Kansas, say they felt the earthquake.
A judge has granted a stay in what was slated to be the U.S. government’s first execution of a female inmate in nearly seven decades.
“Oh my God, I love it!” she cries after getting into her new van.
“He was born into an America recovering from the Great Depression and about to face World War 2, times of loss and sacrifice difficult for most of us to imagine,” the obituary said. “He died in a world where many of his fellow Americans refuse to wear a piece of cloth on their face to protect one another.”
A rural hospital in Kansas illustrates the depths of the COVID-19 crisis in small towns. It has been running out of healthy staff to care for the sick.