Police warn they’ll be out in force watching for intoxicated party-goers.
Although recent signs of job growth are encouraging to some, many who are still looking for work are down-right frustrated.
Two suspects involved in a triple shooting near KU on February 8th.
Teachers say they interpreted the rhetorical question to mean that no one knew Brownback would later become governor.
Students are planning a remembrance for a high school student athlete who died after collapsing during practice.
Final 2014 estimates showed marked increases from previously released estimates.
A 2-year-old girl was found dead from burn-related injuries at an apartment.
Fire crews said a passer-by rescued one man, who was transported to the University of Kansas Hospital with possible injuries and smoke inhal…
May will likely mark the start of the five-year construction to build the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility, or NBAF.
Kansas State University is renaming its computer network system to avoid associating with a terrorist group.
Study suggests social media could do more harm than good.
Lawmakers dismiss plan to defund PAT.
The Republican school funding reform basics in one read!
Plan is part of a $4.7 billion funding plan for higher education in Kansas.
Kansas lawmakers are finally unveiling details about the future of public education funding, and many educators are still not happy.
Safety concerns for students while on campus.
A Kansas man wanted for alleged sexual exploitation of a child has been arrested in northern Arizona.
The findings could lead to a comprehensive reform bill to be considered in 2016.
Travelers along US 24 between Topeka and Silver Lake may have noticed hundreds of military equipment sitting on the railroad tracks the last…
Some educators worried beforehand that stable funding would hurt districts with growing student populations or financial emergencies.
About half the request would be used to bring the plant in line with federal emissions standards.
High court says case will stay at the district court level.
After two days of thorough vetting, a Senate Committee has voted to approve Governor Sam Brownback’s nominee to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Top Republicans in the Kansas Legislature have outlined a school funding plan that they say brings stability to providing aid for local scho…
People with the disease are most likely to spread it to others they have prolonged contact with.