Emporia State’s Evan Koehler and Missouri Southern’s Jesse Rall have been named the MIAA/AstroTurf Co-Hitters of the Week.
A Topeka veteran is left without a home after a local homeowners association denied his VA loan after originally giving him approval.
The Jayhawks were greeted by fans at the Topeka Regional Airport before they boarded their flight to Louisville
However, opponents view this new law as an open door for hate groups to be funded with taxpayer dollars.
Kansas House members have rejected a proposal that would repeal Common Core standards for math and reading education.
The No. 36-ranked Washburn Ichabod men’s tennis team open MIAA play with a 5-4 win over Emporia State at the Washburn Tennis Complex on Tues…
The agency asked lawmakers to establish a new ‘Staffing and Training Fund,’ but it’s stalled in committee as a major legislative deadline lo…
Officials are working to rescue at least one man trapped in an elevator in Conway Springs.
Successful landing on McPherson County roadway after small plane experiences emergency in the air.
Kansas governor signs legislation Tuesday allowing faith-based groups at college campuses to restrict membership to like-minded people.
An 80-year-old man who was stopped near Junction City has been sentenced in Boston to 10 years in prison.
Officials say Fort Riley’s long-delayed new hospital is one step closer to opening and could do so by the end of July.
The state of Kansas was the subject Monday night on one of televisions late night entertainment shows, and not in a good way.
A Salina man has been arrested after falling through a restaurant ceiling as police responded to a burglary.
Kansas legislators are moving to make permanent an annual budget policy that prevents the state from providing federal family planning dolla…
The University of Kansas is seeking the dismissal of a federal lawsuit that alleges administrators allowed the Student Senate to illegally c…
A bill making it harder for medical providers in Kansas to deny life-sustaining care to children has passed the state Senate.
The Kansas Senate has barely approved a bill declaring that state Supreme Court justices can be impeached for attempting to usurp the Legisl…