A Kansas legislator wants the state to count and report the number of children in public schools who might be in the country illegally.
Students camped out with teachers in school gyms or on buses and commuters abandoned cars along the highway to seek shelter in churches, fire stations — even grocery stores
President Barack Obama urged Congress to help restore opportunity for Americans but pledged to take action himself
Lawrence officials are studying how to pay up to $1 million to clean up a newly discovered landfill
Kansas officials are marking the 153rd anniversary of statehood with a dedication of the newly renovated Capitol in Topeka.
The cabin in north central Kansas where the words for the iconic song “Home on the Range” were written will be celebrated in October.
Kansas legislators are wrestling with whether they should attempt to limit electronic surveillance and data-mining by state and local government agencies.
Those applying for Low Income Energy Assistance (LIEAP) will have some help from Westar Energy in the coming weeks.
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Check out the Full Court Press for scores from around the area, including mid-season tournaments, with Alex Wiebel and Matt Gasper
The Kansas State Wildcats were led by senior guard Will Spradling, who scored 17 points, in their 66-58 win against Texas Tech on Tuesday.
A $25 million project is coming to Topeka, and with it, a 1% sales tax to a new district on Wanamaker.
Mail thefts continue to be a problem in Shawnee County, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
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The Union Pacific Depot in Marysville is under new ownership.
Four-legged participants in Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” have been coached by two of the most famous dogs in America
One of every 10 clinical trials for adults with cancer ends prematurely because researchers can’t get enough people to test new treatments
A Mayetta man pleaded guilty Monday to a Federal charge from a domestic assault that took place on tribal lands.
Mail thefts continue to be a problem in Shawnee County according to the Sheriff’s Office.