Wednesday a House committee pushed through a proposal to outlaw the controversial standards, but the public didn’t have a chance to weigh in…
The 32-year-old Pittsburg, Kan. man was sentenced to 96 months in federal prison for distributing child pornography.
A top Kansas social services official says Gov. Sam Brownback will push for additional funding for the state’s two mental hospitals.
The resolution calls for a convention to propose changes in the U.S. Constitution to lessen the federal government’s power.
A new report shows the number of farms and ranches fell last year in Kansas.
The Senate Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice voted Wednesday to close group homes for juvenile offenders in July 2018.
An effort by Kansas lawmakers to repeal Common Core standards could also mean the end to Advanced Placement Classes and International Baccal…
A bill expanding the government records that are publically accessible has advanced in the Kansas Senate.
Costa Rica’s president is scheduled to give a Landon Lecture at Kansas State University.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship when people register to vote at state motor ve…
A Kansas man accused in connection with the fatal stabbing of a former Oregon resident has been ordered to stand trial.
A 37-year-old Kansas City man has been ordered to forfeit more than $800,000 that authorities say he made selling large amounts of heroin an…
Teams from universities in Kansas and Missouri have won federal grants for developing sustainable products.
A Manhattan woman killed in a crash this past weekend after a semi ran a red light was just two months away from getting married.
Separate accidents in Jackson and Wabaunsee counties injure four.
A memorial will be dedicated in April to three people who were shot to death at two Jewish sites in Kansas.
The Washburn women’s basketball team cruised past Northeastern State on Wednesday night.
It was a clean sweep for Emporia State basketball on Wednesday night against Central Oklahoma.