Wildcats gear up for a top-15 matchup this weekend as K-State travels to Oklahoma.
A judge has ruled that a Hutchinson teenager will be tried as an adult in a fatal fire that killed his mother and sister.
Victim was struck by 8-9 rounds fired by officers from two police jurisdictions.
The filing indicates the union plans to dismiss its lawsuit.
Brownback had no specifics Tuesday about what more the federal government should do.
Medical officer says Kansas City will “probably” see a true Ebola case at some point.
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard is urging Republicans to support the re-election of Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Pat Roberts.
The Supreme Court is considering how to resolve a long-running legal fight between Kansas and Nebraska.
It will largely replace a test which can distinguish a number of viruses, but has a much longer turnaround.
The university announced Monday that the expanded program will start next year.
The Kansas election takes place Nov. 4.
Time is running out for Kansas residents to register to vote in the Nov. 4 elections.
Officials with the organizations announced the decision Monday.
Second campaign stop for Christie, this time in Wichita
Teachers learn new ways to keep students engaged while in the classroom
The man is believed instead to have another tropical disease
Vote now rests with Topeka City officials.
A national tea party group that derided U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts during Kansas’ bitter Republican primary race is now him in the general electi…
The state fire marshal is investigating an explosion at a southwest Kansas home that left two men severely injured.
Textron is the parent company of Cessna and in March bought Beechcraft and formed Textron Aviation.
Third doctor practiced in Kansas City.
The ACLU is requesting a preliminary injunction and an order temporarily restraining the state from enforcing its ban on gay marriage.
An 18-year-old man from Olathe was killed when a car hit the standing lawn mower he was using during the weekend.
A new television ad in his campaign for the U.S. Senate in Kansas featuring an endorsement from the state’s retiring GOP insurance commissio…
Kansas State University says it will not renew the contract of a professor who conducted controversial research on grassland burning.