More than a third of rural hospitals are operating at a net loss.
Illness strikes for more major farms, millions of chickens and turkeys to be destroyed.
Meadows Elementary School took part in a one mile walk run.
Firefighters will be out in the city this weekend collecting money for MDA.
Team owner uses media and playoffs to try and get new contract with Kansas Expocenter
Court rejected mental competency claim.
The city’s two new sub-stations are officially open as of Friday.
The organizers created this event to promote non-competitive physical activity and safety awareness.
what you can expect this year compared to last year
A woman who pretended to be pregnant has admitted defrauding prospective adoptive parents in Kansas and elsewhere.
Currie took over Kansas State’s athletic department in May 2009, when it was struggling to break even financially.
The man who heads a family owned company in Junction City is the Kansas small business person of the year who will be honored in D.C.
Officers in Riley County will be focused on preventing people from driving under the influence Friday night.
The attorney general is going after a Texas business for violating the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
Attorneys for the man charged with killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City have filed 21 motions as they prepare for tr…
Preparations for a new line of KC-46A tankers are keeping construction workers busy at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita.
The Kansas Supreme Court issued an order this week stopping proceedings in the case of Scott Cheever.
More than 300 people are expected to take part in the National Alliance on Mental Illness’ awareness walk.
2nd oldest reticulated giraffe in North America euthanized due to complications of age.
Increasing property taxes to decrease school cuts. What local parents have to say.
Students took part in Washburn Tech’s Youth Career Days
Government is lowering the recommended amount of fluoride in water for the first time in 50 years.
Dave Sterbenz’s resignation is effective Thursday.
36 states allow the use of medical marijuana.
Costs keep rising and state may not be able to keep the program where it is.