The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is getting a $200,000 grant to buy a new bookmobile.
Successful applicants to the July 2013 Kansas Bar Examination were sworn in as Kansas Attorneys.
The incident is currently under investigation by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and the Coroner’s Office.
The Kansas Board of Regents is reporting a system-wide drop in fall enrollment. The Board of Regents says preliminary fall enrollments are …
Non-Catholics have been supplying much of the crucial testimony about the Korean War heroics of Emil Kapaun
A Seattle woman plans to attend a weekend ceremony at the grave of her great grandfather, who escaped slavery and fought in the Civil War.
Washburn University is celebrating the 215th birthday of its namesake and mascot Saturday on the Memorial Union lawn.
She quickly became one of the most recognized faces and names in America: Miss Kansas 2013 Theresa Vail.
A married couple in their 80s has died in a two-vehicle crash in Overland Park.
A Manhattan woman says she was fired and has received death threats after posting comments on Facebook that criticized the military.
She quickly became one of the most recognized faces and names in America..Miss Kansas 2013 Theresa Vail.
Free food will be distributed Friday at the Auburn Community Center.
Wichita State says it's working to improve the university's online learning, with a goal of increasing the number of online students.
Kansas Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins office will sponsor a job fair Friday morning in Topeka.
Hutchinson police say a 14-year-old boy is in custody after a fire at his home killed his mother and sister.
Researchers at the University of Kansas Medical Center have received $3 million from the National Institutes of Health to study whether exer…
Two pioneering researchers in the field of autism are scheduled to speak next month at a two-day conference on the disorder at Johnson Count…
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger is planning five more town hall meetings in October to discuss the federal health care overhaul.
Kansas growers will soon be paying more for the wheat "check-off" program that supports research and market development.
The General Motors Foundation has given eight Kansas City area community organizations a total of $100,000 in grants.