Updated: 11/25/2008 - An Internet scam has cost a 65-year-old Salina woman $170,000, an amount that police say may be the largest reported to be lost locally to scammers.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - DOVER, Kan. - If you are looking for the best pie in America, you don't have to go far. It is Norma Grubb's coconut cream pie, made in Dover, Kansas. Grubb's pie won Good Morning America Weekend's Best Slice Challenge, Monday, and it has taken the small town of Dover by storm. The pies are now so popular that it is not possible to buy a whole pie or make an order until after the holidays.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Man gives diamond to volunteer ringing bell at a Salvation Army kettle.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Ohio man charged with breaking into school and swiping teachers' frozen lunches.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Two men are accused of outfitting a 1997 Lincoln with red and blue flashing lights, using it to make fake traffic stops, and then posting video of themselves doing it on YouTube.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Crews continue to clean up an eastern Kansas ethanol spill that closed a section of U.S. 169 for hours and caused one home to be evacuated.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - A Florida man is the second defendant to plead guilty in a junk fax scheme that defrauded business owners across the nation of millions of dollars.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Security Savings Bank president and CEO Michael Copeland said in a letter to customers the bank is asking for help not out of necessity, but to provide a boost to its ability to serve customers in a "difficult financial environment.''
Updated: 11/25/2008 - District forester Jim Strine says if people don't do anything to prevent the spread of a fatal pine disease, as many as 90 percent of the Austrian Pines in Great Bend could end up dying.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Next week, crews will begin filming J.T. O'Neal's "Au Pair, Kansas'' at locations around Lindsborg in central Kansas. O'Neal calls the film his "love letter''
Updated: 11/25/2008 - The deer population is so dense in one suburban Kansas City park that it could pose a threat to other wildlife, the ecosystem and the health of people who visit the park.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - A branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said the governor is being responsive to its concerns about racial and ethnic equity in Kansas child welfare and juvenile justice programs.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - I hope you're hungry or at least have a sweet tooth because in this week's Art Talk, we're taking a turn to the culinary arts with cupcakes! If you don't think cupcakes can be a work of art, check out what they do inside Daddy Cakes!
Updated: 12/09/2008 - LaSean and LeShai Holt want to get the ball the rolling to find a new big brother and sister. They have simple reasons for wanting bigs. LeShai doesn't want to sit at home and LaSean is ready to have fun!
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Playing by the rules is a concept some people cannot or do not want to grasp. This is particularly true for people who spend time behind bars and then are let out with limitations.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Former NFL star quarterback Michael Vick pleaded guilty Tuesday to a state dogfighting charge, a necessary step to make him eligible for early release from prison and potentially speed a return to the NFL.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - Investors sent the overall stock market higher Tuesday, heartened by government plans to aid companies that lend to consumers, including credit card issuers. Some big-name tech stocks lagged the broader market, but the Dow Jones industrials were advancing for the third straight day.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - President-elect Barack Obama wants to project fiscal restraint even as his economic team assembles a massive recovery package that could cost several hundred billion dollars.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - A Douglas County District Court jury found Allen Dale Smith guilty Monday of first-degree murder and aggravated burglary in the April 2005 slaying of a retired jeweler at the elderly man's home in Lecompton.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - President Hamid Karzai has told a U.N. Security Council delegation that aerial bombings by international military forces and searches on Afghan homes must stop.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - North Korea's Kim Jong Il paid visits to machinery and soap-making factories, state media reported Tuesday, the latest in a series of dispatches in recent weeks about public appearances by a leader believed to be recovering from a stroke.
Updated: 11/25/2008 - One man showed up at a federal building, asking for release from the reality show he was sure was being made of his life.