Kansas House members have rejected a measure aimed at delaying or blocking new, multi-state standards for math and reading in public schools.
Kansas legislators have given final approval to a proposed state budget for each of the next two years despite criticism of cuts in spending.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Where others saw trash, Vollis Simpson saw whimsical, wind-powered whirligigs, creations with hundreds of moving parts that turned and twirled.
The whirligigs were made from recycled heating and air conditioning systems and reflector material
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Director Tom Morris uses the phrase “happy accident” to describe the success of his Tony-award-winning play “War Horse,” whose central character was a puppet.
“At the time, it seemed like a really crazy experiment
LONDON (AP) — Rock icon Lou Reed is recovering after a life-saving liver transplant in the U.S., according to an interview with his wife published Saturday in a British newspaper.
Laurie Anderson told the Times of London that
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The first time a South Korean celebrity announced he was gay, in 2000, the reaction was quick and without empathy. Popular actor and entertainer Hong Suk-chon was banished from television and radio programs
Nelson Cruz hit a three-run home run to vault Texas past the Royals on Friday night.
Army officials said Thursday that the furloughs will begin on or after July 14 and last through September 30, the end of the federal budget year.
UPDATED // Topeka Police are on the scene of an accident where a woman was killed when she was struck by a train.
Big 12 Player of the Year Ross Kivett hit a pair of two-run home runs for K-State as the Wildcats dismantled Wichita State at the NCAA Regional opener in Manhattan.