Authorities say a dog riding in a pickup truck stepped on a loaded rifle in the back seat, causing it to fire.
A double homicide suspect out of Phoenix was found in Kansas by authorities and was killed in a shootout, police said. Three deputies were struck by gunfire.
More than two dozen bills seeking to restrict transgender health care access have been introduced across 11 states for the legislative sessions beginning in early 2023.
The 116 points were the most Texas has permitted in a Big 12 game.
A 21-year-old man is accused of going on a 24 hour kidnapping spree involving three children.
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.
Chiefs have won seven consecutive division titles.
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.
The Olive Garden manager wrote a memo to its workers, insinuating they would be fired for calling out.
The Longhorns, who lost a 57-56 overtime thriller to the Jayhawks a year ago in Austin, now need to beat Baylor next weekend while, coincidentally, getting some help from Kansas.
The baby was separated from his mother for nearly two days following his birth because he was having difficulty breathing, according to the zoo.
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.
Next week, the Texas Longhorns will begin a three-game finishing gauntlet against the TCU Horned Frogs before games against Kansas and Baylor.
Authorities say Shawn Parcells made more than $1.1 million from more than 350 clients for autopsies, most of which he did not perform.
"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.
Six-year-old Wyatt Shield said he wanted “to prove that little kids can do big things.”
The vote drew broad attention because it was the first state referendum on abortion since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
Last week, Kansas voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion.
Officers were called to an Ohio neighborhood shortly before noon Friday on a report of shots fired and found four victims at multiple crime scenes.
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.