Dozens of tornadoes hit Kansas, Nebraska: reports

There were over 30 preliminary reports of tornadoes in Nebraska and Kansas Friday according to NOAA's storm prediction center. Some of the tornadoes splintered telephone poles, and one sent a tractor trailer off the highway.

Tornado touches down behind local TV station in Missouri

The moment a tornado touched near the Missouri-Kansas border was seen from the studios of a local TV station in Joplin. Ryan Land said he filmed the tornado from behind the studios of KODE-TV 12, where he works.

Kansas mom says police ‘did not shout a warning’ to son killed in ‘swatting’ incident

The mother of a Kansas man who was shot and killed by police on Thursday night in what's been determined as a "swatting" incident, where police receive a prank phone call meant to bring SWAT to a scene, said Friday that police "did not shout a warning to him," contradicting what police report. Police say a video game "dispute" resulted in the prank call.

‘Swatting’ blamed in shooting death of unarmed Kansas man

Police in Los Angeles have arrested a man they suspect made a bogus 911 call that led to another man's death thousands of kilometres away in Kansas. The prank is known as "swatting," and as Howard Cohen reports, it's a threat police everywhere are seeing more and more.

Storms, tornadoes continue to rock Kansas

A large tornado that the National Weather Service said was on the ground for about 90 minutes damaged or destroyed about 20 homes in a rural area of northern Kansas and came within a mile of hitting a small town.

Kansas shooting: Police detail events leading to attack

Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton said Friday that the attack Thursday evening at the Excel Industries lawnmower parts plant in Hesston, Kansas ended when a police officer killed the attacker during a shootout.

Six teen candidates vying to be governor of Kansas

Six teenagers are running for governor in the state of Kansas. Some of them aren’t even old enough to vote and some don’t even live in the state. As Ines de La Cuetara explains, it’s all because there are no rules when it comes to running for office in the state—something lawmakers are now looking to change