NEW YORK, New York (NBC) - Change is afoot at "Saturday Night Live".
Academy Award winner Ben Affleck hosts this week's season finale, with musical guest Kanye West. It airs on KSN in Kansas immediately after KSN News at Ten.
But the season-ender will mark the farewell for at least one long-time "SNL" cast member and the beginning of the farewell for another.
After eight seasons of memorable impressions and indelible characters, Bill Hader says goodbye to Studio 8H.
Hader told the New York Times leaving SNL was a hard decision, but "it has to happen at some point".
Seth Meyers is also departing, but not right away.
The head writer and Weekend Update anchor will be back in the fall, but then leave early next year.
Meyers will take the reins of "Late Night" from Jimmy Fallon when he takes over "The Tonight Show".
A family missing in the remote mountains of northern Nevada since Sunday has been found alive.
New survey finds many people are confused about how to fight the flu.
A woman in Georgia says she wants answers after an apparent prank in restroom left her with serious injuries.
Cameron Rodriguez of Southwestern College will be allowed to retain his winnings from a half-court shot during a National Basketball Association halftime promotion.
Bill Guy, Reno County Emergency Management Director, says Kansas Gas has spilled some mercaptan.
Lawrence police have confirmed that a body found on Monday is that of a 23-year-old University of Kansas student from Peru.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon chose a monument to the space race manufacturing boon as a backdrop to sign into law a $1.7 billion tax incentive package to lure aerospace giant Boeing to the state.