Posted: 4:32 PM - A Colorado judge says a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex ceremony must serve gay couples despite his religious beliefs.
Updated: 12:09 PM - The U.S. economy added a healthy 203,000 jobs in November, topping the previous month's total and keeping the labor market on course for a slow but steady recovery although serious questions remain about the overall numbers.
Posted: 11:05 AM - The Obama administration said Friday it will allow some companies to kill or injure bald and golden eagles for up to 30 years without penalty, an effort to spur development and investment in green energy while balancing its environmental consequences.
Posted: 3:31 PM - The cash, which was about to be deposited at the bank, had been placed in a McDonald's bag, and was placed by the drive thru orders.
Posted: 2:57 PM - You wouldn't expect to see steam rising from the water, but when the weather gets cold enough, like it did today, this is what you get.
Posted: 2:05 PM - A Goddard high school student was left behind for hours while on a field trip Wednesday morning.
Posted: 4:01 PM - A Kansas Senate Democrat and her allies plan to push next year for policies promoting renewable energy because of concerns about climate change.
Posted: 1:08 PM - An attorney for former Kansas Attorney General Phil Kline is asking the Kansas Supreme Court to consider modifying a ruling that indefinitely suspended Kline's law license.
Posted: 1:01 PM - Kansas education officials are seeking dismissal of a federal lawsuit over new, multistate science standards filed by a group that claims the guidelines promote atheism and violate students' religious freedoms.
Posted: 3:35 PM - The American Heart Association's held its tenth-annual Go Red for Women luncheon Friday, turning the downtown Ramada's Grand Ballroom into a sea of shades of the title color.
Posted: 12/05/2013 - Deborah Rose has always been driven to reach out to help others, but a heart attack scare inspired the retired Kansas National Guard brigadier general to pursue a new mission.
Posted: 12/05/2013 - A new research paper published in JAMA Pediatrics on Dec. 5 shows that measles was "eliminated" in the U.S. from 2000 through at least through 2011. However, in 2013, there at least 175 cases and counting.