Officials say the state will know its underfunded pension system is back on solid ground when its revenues and earnings are expected to cove…
Tougher admission standards are the main reason Kansas State University saw its first enrollment decline in nine years.
Kansas education officials say the state’s public school system might need a complete overhaul to meet the demands of the future workplace.
The pilot killed in a crash that narrowly missed several Wichita homes has been identified as 47-year-old Aaron Waters of Parker, Colorado.
If you’re looking for old-fashioned entertainment this weekend dive by the Cider Days Festival.
People from all across the sunflower state paid a visit to a far off land for the annual Oztoberfest.
The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays now have identical (89-65) records on the season.
Washburn volleyball lost for the first time this season on Saturday night at Lee Arena.
The Emporia State Hornets improved to (4-0) with a 55-14 win over Northeastern State on Saturday afternoon at Welch Stadium
The Washburn Ichabods (3-1) football team beat Missouri Southern 27-21 on Saturday afternoon at Yager Stadium.
The Kansas Jayhawks fell to (0-3) with a 27-14 loss at Rutgers (2-2) on Saturday afternoon.
Fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and saltwater are seeping into many of the aquifers, reservoirs and rivers that supply Americans wit…
The Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium in Omaha has joined efforts with two other U.S. zoos to save 18 elephants living in a southern Africa park f…
Two men in their 20s are dead and one escaped injury in a one-car crash Saturday morning in northeast Kansas.
The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled that being drunk was no excuse for a Topeka man to fire a weapon at law enforcement officers.
About 4,000 soldiers will be deployed to Kuwait later this fall and will be holding a ceremony on Sept. 28 ahead of that deployment.
The accident happened in the 1100 block of Road W in Lyon County, when a 2007 Nissan Frontier left the road while going north on Road W and …
The University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute is one of four entities that will get part of a $3.9 million grant.