Missouri senators have passed legislation proposing a truce with Kansas in the battle for businesses in the Kansas City area.
Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor will formally announce his candidacy for the United States Senate tomorrow shortly before noon.
The Royals have agreed to terms with 10 players not yet eligible for arbitration on major league contracts.
Sens. Jerry Moran of Kansas and Dean Heller of Nevada were the only Republicans voting to keep the legislation alive and the only lawmakers crossing party lines on the vote.
A stolen handgun and other items worth more than a thousand dollars are the subject of a police investigation in Manhattan.
In Kansas, the Tea Party Express endorsed Milton Wolf, who opposes three-term Sen. Pat Roberts in the Republican primary.
After two months spent mostly bludgeoning each other into submission, coaches in the Big 12 are starting to cast a wary eye toward the NCAA tournament.
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill abolishing political action committees formed by legislative leaders in both parties after a bitter partisan debate.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday he has been assured by Russia that it will respect the sovereignty of Ukraine
Former “American Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken officially filed Thursday to run for Congress in North Carolina
The man charged in the mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater in 2012 now faces trial in October.
NBC said it worked with Olympic officials to stop some 45,000 instances of illegally posted video or pirate streams that surfaced to show competition during the Sochi games.
A national tea party group is endorsing Milton Wolf in the Kansas physician’s bid
Four University of Utah students who police say were caught smoking pot in an igloo are facing possible discipline from campus officials.
Those “Nutrition Facts” labels on nearly every food package in grocery stores are getting a new look.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill that increases the state’s limits on some damages in lawsuits
Two ancient giants that once roamed the area now known as Kansas have earned approval from the House to be designated as the state’s official fossils.