A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact over the South China Sea early Saturday morning on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and international aviation authorities still hadn't located the jetliner several hours later.
Tyler Lee Washington allegedly started a fire in the hallway outside his door and scuffled with neighbors who tried to put it out.
Sheila MacRae, a veteran stage, film and TV performer best known for playing Alice Kramden in the 1960s re-creation of "The Honeymooners," has died. She was 92.
Latasha Wilson, 19, of Warrensburg, was charged with abandonment of a corpse. Zakary Carter, 20, also of Warrensburg, was charged with tampering with physical evidence. Both are Class D felonies. Additional charges could be filed
A sure sign that spring is on the horizon: It's time to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time.
The victim was bludgeoned to death in a homeless camp along the Missouri River.
Steven L. Elfman, president of network, technology and operations and the company’s No. 2 executive, will leave Sprint later this year. Bob Azzi, chief network officer, is leaving after 26 years.
Senate Intelligence panel staffers took secret CIA papers years before agency discovered them missing
Democratic staffers of the Senate Intelligence Committee obtained classified documents at the center of a bitter struggle with the CIA some three years before the agency determined that the materials had been spirited out of a secret facility and demanded their return, according to U.S. officials.
Friday afternoon at the Class 5-1A bowling tournament was a time for Piper freshman Matthew Romero to soak in the experience as an individual. After Romero owned the moment, rolling a 695 series to place eighth overall — second-highest for a freshman — Piper hopes that the event can inspire Romero and his teammates to qualify as a team next season.
The chief of the U.S. Border Patrol instructed his agents Friday to seek cover from rock throwers along the southern border rather than shoot at them, and to take other steps to curb a spate of killings of migrants.
After Harry Reid took to the U.S. Senate floor last week and called the Koch brothers “un-American,” people at Wichita-based Koch Industries Inc. said they know what the Democratic Party plan looks like for the 2014 elections.
The Jayhawks end the Wildcats season with 87-84 overtime victory.
Several streets near the Sprint Center will be closed next week for the mens basketball championship tournament.
The condition of University Village walkways was cited as a concern. Lt. Bruce Britt of the Columbia Fire Department died Feb. 22 at University Village as he was evacuating residents when part of a walkway collapsed.
Much of his compensation package — more than four times his total compensation of a year earlier — was tied to the company’s buyout last summer by Tokyo-based SoftBank Corp. It easily was the most compensation ever reported for a chief executive of an area public company.
Dave Wing said that he and another attorney would be representing Joe Hatley in the complaint by Rep. Bill Sutton and that he was disappointed with Sutton’s “false statements.” Wing and Hatley are both partners at the Kansas City law firm Spencer Fane Britt & Browne.
The teenage basketball prodigy from Canada had been in West Virginia for just a few months when his host father came home with an idea.
It was the first basketball contest between the two Kansas Catholic high schools, and a crush of fans forced the fire marshal to close off the gym 20 minutes before tipoff. And after regulation and an overtime period, it was the Saints that left victorious with a 65-59 victory.
Missouri has plenty at stake Saturday when it wraps up the regular season against Tennessee in Knoxville. The Tigers know it, and coach Frank Haith isn’t downplaying it.
Ke$ha is out of rehab for an eating disorder.
When Kansas State honors its seniors before their final home game on Saturday, much of the applause at Bramlage Coliseum will be reserved for Will Spradling and Shane Southwell. But don’t forget Omari Lawrence, who has left his own subtle mark on the program.
The Class 5, District 14 girls championship game was more than just another game. A year ago, Kearney ended Truman’s unbeaten season in the playoffs. This time around, Truman got payback with a 51-43 victory.
She will take the helm of the program that replaced Walt Bodine’s long-running show on the public station at 89.3 FM. Kaufmann worked alongside Bodine from 2008 to 2010.
Yordano Ventura allowed two runs in three innings of his first Cactus League start in a 5-0 loss to the Giants on Friday. He also struck out two.
Some people in Las Vegas expect the Chiefs to experience a slight drop-off in 2014, as Cantor Sports has set its over/under for wins at eight, according to R.J. Bell of Pregame.com.