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.
This last Saturday, a little after 2 in the morning, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office was Dispatched to NW 43 st and N. Kansas Ave on a report of a 1 car injury accident.
A Kansas family policy activist is trying again to petition for a grand jury in Johnson County to determine if a sculpture of a partially clad woman should be removed from an arboretum.
Today folks brought out their bats for a softball tournament at the Shawnee South Diamonds on Westview road. the games ran from morning til evening… and all benefits go to the plaza west care center residents.
Two people are recovering from injuries and one man is behind bars after a cutting at a bar yesterday.
The Kansas State Board of Education is moving from the Topeka building that has been its home since the board was established in 1966.
The Kansas Capital Quilt Guild Quilt Show is Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 22 from 12 noon to 5 p.m.