The Kansas Department of Labor says March’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.9 percent.
Spring has us reaching for our fishing rods, dog leashes and paddles. But for some of us, it also has us reaching for tissues.
The bill they’re protesting would bar transgender students from using the restroom for the gender they identify with in public schools and u…
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has a new proposal designed to end his state’s ongoing battle with Missouri to lure businesses across the border.
A Tennessee father has sued a Kansas military school alleging its failure to adequately supervise cadets led to the sexual assault of his 12…
The investigation began after the BBB in Florida received complaints from Kansans who had done business with Financial Help Services, Inc.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) said that he’s secured $8 million in funding for the Kansas River Levee Project that’s taking place in Top…
Kansas Wesleyan University President Matt Thompson says he is optimistic the school’s nursing program will regain accreditation this fall.
One person is dead following an officer-involved shooting Thursday in Kansas.
Kansas-based Wright Career College has filed for bankruptcy and abruptly closed its campuses in five cities in three states.
A Kansas Supreme Court justice’s fundraising arm is pursuing donations by arguing an “unprecedented politicized effort” is underway to deny …
A Kansas City, Missouri, law firm says Kansas’ U.S. attorney will join its national team specializing in government investigations and compl…
The fire started when a man, who was on oxygen, tried to light a cigarette and tubing leading from the oxygen tank to him caught fire.
Via Christi Hospital’s Green Team is leading the effort.
Community Resources Council (CRC) and Harvesters are working together to give healthy food to families in need of emergency food assistance.
The Kansas City Royals won three out of four games against the Astros in their midweek series to improve to (7-2).
Addison Donohue from Topeka West High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Brownback’s plan will call for both states to agree not to actively recruit companies in certain Kansas and Missouri counties.