The fighting in Syria was the topic of discussion at Washburn University Monday night.
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As Kansas election officials deal with prospective voters who’ve not yet complied with a proof-of-citizenship law
A Wabaunsee County woman has been indicted on charges of embezzling from the Bio-Security Research Institute at Kansas State University
A Topeka man has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for taking part in an armed robbery at a Little Caesars Pizza restaurant
A 25-year-old graduate student at the University of Kansas has turned down several marriage proposals since she’s been caught in immigration…
New figures show that the number of charter schools in Kansas has been declining, with only 11 still operating.
About 700 of North America’s best retrieving dogs are in southeast Kansas for a prestigious hunting dog competition.
An overnight house fire in Silver Lake has left a family of five without a home.
A Hays couple has donated $1 million to Fort Hays State University to be used for scholarships.
A University of Kansas professor says he agreed to begin a planned sabbatical early amid the firestorm over his Twitter comment
The Kansas Department of Corrections has promoted the acting director of 10 regional parole offices in the northern part of the state.
Some new developments in the story of the terrorist attack at a mall in Kenya.
Justin Maxwell hits a walk-off grand slam off for Kansas City Royals closer Joakim Soria to give the Royals a 4-0 win in 10 innings over the…
Kansas legislators are likely to have another debate next year over expanding the state’s Medicaid program
One Topeka company helped residents recycle their old electronics Saturday at Shuler Education Center.
Matthew Wyman hits a 52-yard field goal as time expires to give the Kansas Jayhawks the 13-10 win over Louisiana Tech.
The eighth annual Aaron Douglas art fair was in Topeka Saturday.
TOPEKA, KS — Sunday is the first official day of fall, and people all across Northeast Kansas came out to kick off Cider Days Saturday. The …
A Kansas State Board of Education member who was criticized for using a racial slur has recited Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream…
Despite a drop in the number of unemployment benefits being paid, the Kansas jobless rate remained stuck at 5.9 percent in August.
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A majority of the prospective Kansas voters whose registrations were put on hold after the state began enforcing a proof-of-citizenship law …