Wichita State Leaving Missouri Valley for AAC on July 1The American Athletic Conference voted to extend an invitation to Wichita State to join the league.
Friends Pray for Safe Return of Missing College StudentAnderson's car was a black 2014 Ford Focus with Kansas license plate 989-GAX. She is white, about 5-feet-4-inches tall and 140 pounds.
Q&A: A Look at Questions About a Kansas Waterslide DeathThe owner of a Kansas water park said it will remove a towering waterslide as soon as investigations into the August death of a boy on the ride have concluded.
Kansas Woman Gets Life Term in 7-Year-Old Stepson's DeathA Kansas woman who was sentenced Monday to life in prison in the killing of her 7-year-old stepson offered a tearful apology in court, saying she felt helpless to protect him or herself from her abusive husband, who is due to stand trial next year.
TIAM Sunday October 30thHalloween apps, Kansas singer Ronnie Platt, "Mothers and Sons" at The Rep and a local astronaut.
KU: St. Louis Native Expelled From University for Alleged Sexual AssaultJordan Goldenberg is listed on KU Football roster as a Parkway Central High School graduate.
Police: Stranger Chokes Baby at Kansas City-Area WalmartInvestigators say the man possibly was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Who's POV Footage Looks Better: Kansas Chiefs vs STL-Area High SchoolsYou be the judge, who's showing off the better first-person video, the Chiefs or our local high school student athletes?
Oklahoma, EPA Shutter 32 Wells in New Earthquake-Prone AreaA magnitude 5.8 quake at Pawnee, Oklahoma, on Sept. 3 shook several states, including Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.
Kansas City Police Arrest Suspects After Officer Shot, KilledCapt. Robert Melton was still inside his vehicle and had just pulled up next to the suspects when he was shot.
Ex-Cards to Compete on Field of Dreams Team in KansasRick Ankiel, Jason Isringhausen, J.D. Drew and Brad Penny will made a comeback to baseball at a college tournament.
Missouri Regulators Reject Portion of Multistate Power LineMissouri regulators have again rejected the state's portion of a power line that would carry wind energy from Kansas to Indiana, citing the company's failure to provide the required 60-day notice before submitting its latest application.