A proposal designed to block Kansas public schools from using multistate reading and math standards has been approved by the state Senate.
Just a few days into Autism Awareness Month, hundreds of children with the developmental disorder in Kansas could soon qualify for insurance coverage.
A paving company has been ordered to repay a Leavenworth County consumer the Kansas Attorney General says they ripped off.
Authorities say an Arizona State University student who died after falling from the 10th floor of a Tempe apartment building had earlier attended an off-campus party sponsored by a banned fraternity.
The Topeka Moving Ahead Program awarded its 75th graduating class with diplomas
City of Topeka Fire Department responded to a fire at 1205 SW Polk Street just after 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Architect Frank Gehry has designed large metal tapestries depicting the Kansas landscape of Ike’s boyhood home held up by 80-foot-tall limestone columns. Statues of Eisenhower as president and World War II general would stand at the park’s center. Gehry did not attend the meeting Thursday.
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The F.B.I. needs your help locating a man suspected of sexually exploiting a child.
A Shawnee County Department of Corrections employee is on the other side of the bars Thursday.
A foundation bearing the name of a businessman who helped establish the Cheyenne Bottoms Preserve in central Kansas has donated $100,000 to the state chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
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A man wanted on a parental custody charge is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
A pair of early-morning hay barn fires in east-central Kansas have been declared arson, and authorities are asking the state fire marshal’s office to help investigate.
Top Republican legislators are blocking a debate in Kansas on banning most abortions early in pregnancy while engineering passage of a bill to make technical changes in anti-abortion laws.
The NJCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball National Championship will move from Salina to Lubbock, Texas, after the 2015 tournament.
A bit of British culture rolled onto the campus of Washburn University Thursday.