6-4 vote eliminates one key element from last week’s discussions.
Kansas State was one of five teams that met with the media during the second day of the Big 12’s Media Days in Dallas on Tuesday.
A bill passed allowing four state office buildings to be sold.
This tennis court isn’t going to be used much at night because these light poles have no power.
9/11 commission issues new recommendations for preventing future terrorist attacks.
Eight injured when driver plows into insurance agency office.
Republican Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas was among a host of Republicans to declare support for McDonald.
Kansas City schools will remain unaccredited for a while longer as students prepare for a new school year.
Guard & Reserve numbers higher than active duty members.
The ignition switch defects that engulfed General Motors are now a rapidly growing problem at Chrysler.
The 3 percent increase in retail sales of bottled water was reported in a study released Tuesday by Nielsen Catalina Solutions.
The intelligence officials were cautious in their assessment, noting that while the Russians have been arming separatists in eastern Ukraine…
A Kansas City woman in prison for trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband has died behind bars.
Pentagon documents show there were 161 confirmed or suspected suicides as of July 14.
Link to Kansas problem gambling and addiction help.
New law severely limits “full contact” practice for middle and high school players.
A Manhattan man beaten with a golf club is recovering from minor injuries after Monday’s attack.
The bride said her culture holds a firm belief in spirits.
The legislation cuts Obama’s $3.7 billion request for sheltering and processing unaccompanied immigrant children by $1 billion.
A federal appeals court delivered a serious setback to President Barack Obama’s health care.
The university’s attorney has requested an extension past the July 31st date.
Challenger Scott Morgan’s criticism of the Kobach-designed system Tuesday came a day after the secretary of state’s office began mailing not…
A New York City real estate heir who admitted killing his neighbor a decade ago in Texas is facing a new charge in Houston.
The Carlton Complex of fires had burned nearly 400 square miles and was 16 percent contained as of Tuesday morning.
Jordie Callahan, was found guilty in Youngstown in March of forced labor.