A Topeka community theater will expand to two nearby towns.
A Jackson County employee is accused of stealing more than $16,000 from the county.
The Kansas Bioscience Authority’s executive committee has approved up to $1.6 million in new investments for two Kansas City-area companies.
The fire that occurred early on the morning of August 22, 2013 at 721 Osage Street, Manhattan, Kan. has been ruled an incendiary fire by investigators.
Images of this armed criminal action were captured by the store’s surveillance system. At this time, authorities have not been able to identify the suspect.
A Kansas State Board of Education member who was criticized for using a racial slur has offered to recite Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech at a public discussion.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is scheduled to discuss the evolving state-federal health care relationship during a keynote address
For the second time in less than a week a KwikShop was robbed overnight.
The State Board of Education is considering requesting a modification of state law to improve the reporting of teachers convicted of certain crimes.
Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz is being honored with an award from the National Eagle Scout Association.
Kansas officials have scheduled four meetings next week to discuss how people with disabilities will be affected when they’re included in an overhaul of the state’s Medicaid program.
The Kansas Department of Revenue has made changes at its driver’s licenses offices because of the state’s proof-of-citizenship requirement for new voters.
The chairman of the Kansas House Elections Committee says he’s disappointed that the Department of Revenue no longer plans to require people to provide proof of legal U.S. residence to renew their driver’s licenses.
Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services says all 55 residents of the Topeka Community Healthcare Center are out of the facility and it is shut down.
Kansas State University is receiving a $105,000 grant to train workers and employers on preventing explosions from grain dust at mills and elevators.
The Kansas Republican Party’s central committee is taking a stand against new standards approved by the state Board of Education for teaching math, English and science.
Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan says Kansas isn’t planning to require people renewing their driver’s licenses to produce proof they’re in the U.S. legally.