Updated: 9:59 AM Dentists from across the country are pitching in to help an area dentist office provide free dental work to the public. The charitable event has served hundreds of people throughout the region.
Posted: 9:14 PM Meet director Milan Donley says Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon makes relay officials aware that anything can happen at any time. But he says he doesn't think extra security will be added.
Updated: 12:08 PM The Dish offer is an attempt to top another bid for Sprint: $20.1 billion for a 70% stake from Japanese tech company Softbank. That offer, which Sprint accepted in October, was intended to give Sprint a much needed cash infusion to stave off a possible bankruptcy.
Posted: 6:43 PM Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia won the 117th edition of the Boston Marathon, which was later marred by a pair of deadly explosions. Rita Jeptoo was the women's winner. It was her second victory in Boston, and her first win in a major race since taking two years off to have a baby.
Posted: 4:38 PM Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Child Death Review Board are encouraging Kansans to wear blue on April 19 to increase awareness of child abuse. The effort is part of April’s observance of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Posted: 12:21 AM One of the major stars of "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," Jonathan Winters appeared in 50 films, but it was his offbeat, improvised characters on television that we'll remember most.
Posted: 11:02 PM Bing, as a way to get Google users to switch to Bing's search engine, shot video in some of Topeka's hot spots for a commercial. Store owners are excited the commercial puts them on the map.
Updated: 2:50 PM An Olathe woman and her husband are making headlines across the state for their individual fishing records. One of those records was set this weekend during a tournament at Milford Lake.