A Chinese company and the Dairy Farmers of America say they are planning a $100 million plant in Kansas.
Kappa Sigma has been on interim suspension since Sept. 30.
The 2014 Christmas Tree was located in southwest Topeka and is being donated by Chris Howe.
Is expected to have a first appearance in Geary County District Court Tuesday.
For killing a gas station attendant in suburban Kansas City in 1994.
A man who allegedly violated his parole was arrested Monday after a foot chase through Topeka.
Brownback’s office said Monday that John Milburn began work Monday as the department’s communications director.
Same-sex couple weds in Topeka despite Kansas legal battle.
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The Shawnee County Health Agency is helping people sign up for government mandated healthcare insurance.
It’s the first new piece of a student driven hunger alleviation and nutrition education initiative known as “Bods Feeding Bods”.
Whether to allow same-sex marriage licenses even as the federal courts have ruled same-sex marriages are allowed in the state.
At least two counties waiting for Kansas Supreme Court to act.
When police in Junction City stopped a beat-up pickup truck for speeding in June 2013, the driver got a lot more than a traffic ticket.
University says the student was expelled last November because he violated an order not to contact the ex-girlfriend by sending the tweets.
The hall will offer 350 beds in apartment-like settings on the Topeka campus. It will also include a dining area for about 300 people.
Wichita State University will be the host school.
The City Union Mission in Kansas City says it will not allow legally married same-sex couples who are homeless to stay at the shelter.
No serious injuries or damage was reported.
About how to sustainably feed a growing world population that will require twice as much food as is currently produced.
The workshop will be preceded by a panel discussion on “Confronting the Continuing Depletion of the High Plains Aquifer in Western Kansas.”
With freezing temperatures local homeless shelter takes in more than 200 residents.
22,000 Kansas residents were prevent from casting ballots on Election Day, now state courts are expected to fix the problem.
Closed roads and cold temperatures did little to deter drivers from getting out and about.