The economy remained strong in nine Midwest and Plains states in August.
Flying out of Manhattan could soon be much easier.
A survey of Kansas Highway Patrol employees found a high degree of loyalty to the organization but strong frustration with management.
League of Women Voters chapters are trying to contact about 20,000 Kansans.
Netflix is giving its Internet video subscribers a more discreet way to recommend movies and TV shows.
Councilwoman Michelle De La Isla has asked that the proposal be placed on the Sept. 9 agenda.
When the Kansas State Fair opens Friday, it will include a new museum honoring a longtime painter and fair fixture who died last year.
Seven people were injured in an accident just before 12-noon on Labor Day in Geary County.
Kansas is receiving nearly $350,000 in federal grants to help schools serve healthier meals and snacks.
The man was hit multiple times and taken to the Wesley Medical Center.
Kansas authorities have fatally shot an escaped elk inside Wichita city limits after it eluded officers for hours.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce says it’s making strides toward meeting its top goals for the region.
The Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds are aiming for more than just another playoff appearance in their 2014 football season.
The Kansas City Royals hung on to beat the Texas Rangers on Monday night in Kansas City.
A motorcyclist was taken to a Topeka hospital with non-threatening injuries following an accident Monday night.
Underage drinking has always been a problem on college campuses.
During Labor Day weekend, more than 100 players were at Gage Park to participate in the Kansas State Horseshoe Tournament.
The Topeka West Chargers are anxious to begin their 2014 season on Thursday September 4 against Wyandotte
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Two local golfers performed well at the Labor Day weekend’s Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston.
The Kansas State Wildcats have 11 former players who are currently on an NFL roster.
Concern about drug and alcohol abuse by parents is the biggest reason hundreds of Kansas children are removed from their homes.