Are asking a judge to order the government to disclose whether mass surveillance first led authorities to the avionics technician.
The NHTSA says it supports auto innovations, but “not when it comes at the cost of disrupting a driver’s attention or sacrificing safety.”
Four employees died Saturday after the release of methyl mercaptan.
The National Guard would assist state and local police as needed, in case there is civil unrest when the grand jury’s decision is announced.
Kansas City’s turnaround has been nothing short of remarkable.
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.
At the movies, idiocy never goes out of style.
University says the student was expelled last November because he violated an order not to contact the ex-girlfriend by sending the tweets.
The Nebraska Medical Center reports Dr. Martin Salia has died of the Ebola virus.
A cigarette that heats tobacco rather than burning it, hoping to capitalize on the growing appetite for alternatives to traditional smokes.
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.
Kansas is trying a new software program that’s led to better health for Missouri residents with mental illnesses.
Actavis said Monday that it will spend $219 in cash and stock for each share of Allergan.
A conference held every three years in a different city to celebrate the importance of family.
More than 200,000 people dialed the federal call center. About 20,000 of those calls were to Spanish-speaking representatives.
According to a comprehensive state-by-state report that blames America’s high poverty rate, the lack of affordable housing and the impacts o…
The news release issued Oct. 20 said the state’s poverty rate fell 2.3 percent between 2011 and 2013.