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Fire officials say a blaze that has been burning thousands of hay bales in southwest Kansas should be extinguished this week.
Via Christi Health Systems says it is laying off 28 employees in Pittsburg as part of a statewide effort to cut costs.
McPherson County might soon get a 3 million-bushel grain elevator and a high-speed loading facility near Canton.
Recent rains will be good for the pocketbooks of Wichita residents who use a lot of water.
Eight home bakers from across the nation will come to Manhattan June 20-22 to participate in the National Festival of Breads
City commissioners in Salina have voted to allow sales of packaged liquor on Sundays and three designated holidays.
A Kansas agency has scheduled four town hall meetings next week to discuss the development of housing for moderate-income families in rural areas.
Kansas farmers have been planting row crops where field conditions allow amid the recent spate of heavy rain, high winds and tornadoes.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran has appointed a new state director to oversee his offices in Kansas and represent the senator in his home state.