A Kansas City-area couple has donated $2.5 million to the University of Kansas Cancer Center.
A new report shows bankruptcy filings in Kansas fell 11.4 percent for the 12-month period ending in March compared with the previous year.
A Kansas House committee is returning to the Statehouse to resume work on the 2014 budget
University of Kansas officials admit the school has not been aggressive in offering online education options, but that is changing.
With the Boston Marathon bombings focusing attention on Chechnya, a Kansas State University professor wants to help the public understand the southern Russian province.
To recognize Topeka’s public servants, Topeka Metro is offering free rides all week on the fixed routes for federal, state, city and county government employees.
Douglas County officials say the county is applying for a federal grant to study the feasibility of establishing a “food hub”
Wichita police say they arrested three juveniles after a confetti cannon went off inside a mall.
A Kansas House committee is returning to the Statehouse to resume work on the 2014 budget, taking up smaller funding issues related to bills already signed into law.
A sword presented more than 150 years ago to an Army officer who became one of only 19 men to have received two Medals of Honor has a new home in Kansas.
Hundreds of state employees are facing the dilemma of whether to move, commute more than 50 miles or retire when the Kansas Department of Agriculture moves from Topeka to Manhattan.
Dozens of farmers and agricultural experts will start the annual wheat quality tour today in Manhattan.
Topeka officers are looking for a man who robbed a store at gun point Sunday night.
People in a Topeka neighborhood were on edge Sunday night after a rolling gun battle screamed through their streets.
TCU plated three third-inning runs and rode its pitching staff the rest of the way to salvage the final game of the series.
A Topeka group is taking spring cleaning to the next level.
It’s the 4th Annual Hands On Topeka event, put on by the United… More »
“From the Land of Kansas”
Governor Sam Brownback and Agriculture Secretary Dale Rodman rolled out a new slogan for the state’s agricultural exports… More »