Dog shoots and kills man in 'hunting-related accident,' Kansas authorities say
Authorities say a dog riding in a pickup truck stepped on a loaded rifle in the back seat, causing it to fire.
Baby chimp at Kansas zoo who won over hearts on social media found dead in mother's arms
An animal care team at the Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, Kansas, said the chimpanzee infant was found dead and cradled in his mother Mahale’s arms.
Massive oil spill in Kansas biggest in Keystone history, federal data finds
A Canada-based energy company says 14,000 barrels of oil spilled into a creek in a rural area more than 100 miles northwest of Kansas City.
Longtime NFL quarterback John Hadl dies at 82
Hadl spent 11 seasons with the Chargers, taking them to three AFL title games before the merger with the NFL, before finishing his career with the Packers, Rams and Oilers.
Tearjerking video: Chimpanzee reunited with newborn baby after nearly 2-day separation
The baby was separated from his mother for nearly two days following his birth because he was having difficulty breathing, according to the zoo.
Former Kansas detective accused of helping run underage sex trafficking operation
Federal prosecutors say a former detective in Kansas City, Kansas, and three other men are accused of running a violent sex trafficking operation that targeted girls as young as 13.
Kansans gather in prayer after lightning strike burns town's historic church
"Prayer saved our church...and prayer is going to give us the strength and the graces that we need to build it back," St. Mary’s Catholic School Principal Josh Regan said in a message to parents following the devastating blaze.
Kansas voters overwhelmingly reject abortion amendment ban
The proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution, which would have added language to not grant the right to abortion, was resoundingly struck down by voters Tuesday.
Election 2022: Why Tuesday's primaries in these 6 states matter
Primaries will be held Tuesday in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Washington.
Snake slithers on woman's windshield as she drives on Kansas highway
A woman in Kansas says she got the scare of her life when a snake began slithering on her windshield as she was driving on a highway.
Excessive heat blamed for thousands of Kansas cattle deaths
The state is aware of at least 2,000 cattle deaths in the southwest region, but that number could be higher.
Watch: Man leaps into pool to rescue drowning 4-year-old with autism
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.
Kansas man charged in wife’s death allegedly told police ‘God told him to kill her’
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 makes 'buttery smooth' whiskey to highlight sustainable farming practice
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.
Kansas may phase out sales taxes on groceries. Which states still pay them?
Of the 45 states that levy sales taxes, only 13 states charge any sales tax on groceries. That includes Kansas, where the current 6.5% rate is second only to Mississippi’s 7%.
‘Truly amazing to watch’: One-armed softball player in Kansas overcomes adversity
“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.
Rare upward lightning strike spotted over Kansas during severe thunderstorm
Tuesday was indeed an electrifying night in Kansas as a photographer captured an incredible upward strike of lightning amid a raging thunderstorm.
Spirit of support: Russian vodka removed from Kansas liquor store shelves
“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.
Kansas mom returns to find apartment completely cleared out, left with nothing: 'My jaw dropped'
The alleged property management's clerical mistake is being blamed for the mishap.
April Fools' Day prank leads to mom's arrest after telling relative she'd been shot, police say
Police and paramedics raced to a Kansas woman’s home thinking they were responding to a shooting. Officers said it was all a prank.