A key contest in the fight for control of the Senate could turn on the outcome of an arcane legal argument Monday.
Application forms for the tuition program are nearly ready.
A Kansas man has died and two others in the vehicle have been hospitalized in Oklahoma wreck.
Kansas school districts report a higher pace of teachers retiring while the number of newly licensed teachers remains flat.
A judge has ruled that the suspect in the death of a man near Great Bend will go to trial in February.
The University of Kansas is hoping to attract more federal research funding from the U.S. Department of Defense.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts is bringing in another Republican to help bolster his troubled campaign for re-election.
Sedgwick County Zoo officials say they will house the third largest elephant exhibit in the country once a recently funded renovation is com…
The Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon.
The Washburn women’s soccer team lost to the 17th ranked Central Missouri Jennies on Sunday afternoon.
Shawnee County District Court will listen to arguments on why they should force democrats to name a nominee for the U.S. Senate seat.
Jeff Gordon won at Dover International Speedway on Sunday afternoon.
The university is among 76 schools being investigated by the federal government for their handling of sexual assault cases.
The Kansas City Royals will host the A.L. Wild Card game on Tuesday night in Kansas City against the Oakland A’s.
Let’s Help isa community nonprofit that seeks to break the cycle of poverty.
Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 2-5 at the post’s Rally Point Feild.
The GOP says the incident raises questions about Davis’ character.
“He’ll say, ‘You’re still not better than me,'” Tyler Lockett said with a broad grin.
Kids in Meriden are one slide closer to finally having a place to play.
Two dozen people attended the announcement Friday.
There was a big announcement out of the Topeka Zoo Saturday.
Zenger named KU defensive coordinator Clint Bowen interim head coach.
Olympic sports continue to take place in the capital city.
33 years later and a Topeka tradition continues.
Spring cleaning came a few months early for people needing to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs.