Worries about delays in Brownback’s income tax cuts.
Find out what area fire departments are saying about out of control fires as we enter burning season.
One company looking for nearly 100 employees
A racially offensive video from a fraternity at of the University of Oklahoma has sparked outrage nationwide.
Wind and weather conditions will determine when to burn.
A Kansas House committee has approved a plan from top Republican lawmakers to overhaul how the state distributes aid to public schools.
The plan replaces the state’s current per-student aid formula with predictable grants to each school district.
The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office says it’s investigating a homicide after a woman’s body was found in a field over the weekend.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon here at K-State says it does not support the actions of the SAE at Oklahoma but could not make any further comment.
Kansas State University is offering an hour-long webinar to help farmers and others make decisions on crop insurance as the signup deadline …
University officials speak out for the first time on not alerting students about alleged campus rape.
Shawnee County says deal for center operator goes before commissioners later this week.
Winners advance to regionals, but each have a college scholarship in hand!
A woman awoke to a startling occurrence in Southwest Topeka after a car came crashing in to her home and a business nearby.
As the plan got its first review, lawmakers got an earful.
Kansas women’s basketball head coach Bonnie Henrickson is fired after 11 seasons with the Jayhawks.
The new system would remain in place while legislators create a new school funding formula.
Has turned over the results of their investigation of the recent incident to the Shawnee County District Attorney for review.
Two men have been charged with killing a Missouri man last week in Kansas City, Kansas.
Oklahoma junior guard Buddy Hield and Bill Self of Kansas are The Associated Press’ Big 12 player and coach of the year.
The Topeka Police Department is currently investigating an incident Monday morning involving a vehicle hitting both a residence and a busine…
Manhattan wrapped up its eighth year of “Fake Patty’s Day” celebrations early Sunday morning.
Committee hearings also will give lawmakers a chance to take testimony from supporters of the GOP plan.
A Lawrence man is catching the eye of other motorists with his custom-built Batmobile.
The winner will receive a scholarship and have a chance to meet with the President of the United States.