Kansas farmers have started planting their winter wheat crop at the same time the state’s corn harvest has barely begun.
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.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Helped by a slowly improving economy, the ranks of America’s poor are expected to decline slightly when new census figures are released.
The Census Bureau on Tuesday is releasing its annual report on U.S. economic
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — European Union car sales are still sagging despite the return of modest economic growth.
For the first eight months of the year, passenger car sales were off 5.2 percent to 7.84 million compared with
PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — The MI Great Artist contest is underway once again in Michigan.
The second annual art competition began this week.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Park West Gallery founder and CEO Albert Scaglione
JENIN, West Bank (AP) — A Palestinian security official says a Palestinian man was killed during an Israeli arrest raid in the West Bank.
The official, Khaled Abdel Aziz, says the man, Islam Tubasi, died of wounds sustained
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian authorities have restored blocks on Facebook and Twitter after a “technical glitch” briefly removed filters from the social networks overnight.
The semi-official Mehr news agency quotes Abdolsamad Khoramabadi, from the board overseeing Internet
WASHINGTON (AP) — The deadly attack at the Washington Navy Yard was carried out by one of the military’s own: a defense contract employee and former Navy reservist who used a valid pass to get onto the installation