The new building will allow students to have a more hands-on education
The researcher was fired from K-State after accusing his colleagues of misrepresenting data in an academic journal.
The results of that statewide tour are not what educators expected, in fact the numbers show Kansans overwhelmingly agree non-academic skill…
Convincing water right holders to engage in Water Conservation Areas is critical in advancing Brownback’s 50-year plan for managing the reso…
Kansas’s highest court will soon hear oral arguments over the legality of Wichita’s marijuana ordinance.
If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of eight years in federal prison.
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Authorities have identified the victim of a fatal shooting in western Kansas as a 39-year-old Texas man.
What started as just one Post-it Notes has turned into hundreds.
Two Koch family foundations are making a $10.5 million donation in land and money to the new Wichita Center for the Arts.
Police are seeking to interview a suspect who left in a large red truck.
Some state lawmakers are considering allowing some form of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act
A man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a Wichita concrete company worker.
Authorities have not been able to identify any one major factor that would have driven Lamb to shoot two people and then kill himself.
A man is in critical condition after being shot by a sheriff’s deputy in Wichita.
Court documents are offering a glimpse at the early impact of the gay marriage ruling in Kansas.
Police have a person of interest in custody.
Emporia State students remember Ethan Schmidt