Joint tax committee postpones three meetings Tuesday, fails to reach a revenue compromise.
The ripple effect of the midwest bird flu is coming to a restaurant near you.
Order prevents moving poultry in effort to combat avian flu epidemic
Detectives are investigating what happened after a man claims another man forced himself on him.
Kansas State pitcher Nate Griep was drafted in the 8th round of the 2015 MLB Draft by Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday afternoon.
A Fort Riley soldier has been arrested on charges of child abuse and criminal threat.
On Tuesday afternoon, former Kansas State Wildcat golfer Robert Streb qualified for the 115th United States Open Tournament.
Lobbyists have much more of an impact on shaping American politics than non-profits and other organizations that represent the poor.
Researchers are combating a disease that’s threatening the future of the citrus growing industry in the United States.
The experiment worked, even though it failed. NASA was able to test and recover data from a flying saucer experiment meant to eventually get…
Potential spending cuts outlined by Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget director would be felt in classrooms.
Pleading not guilty to charges that he violated banking rules and lied to the FBI in a scheme to pay $3.5 million in hush money to conceal m…
Funeral services have been set for a 7-year-old Topeka girl who drowned at Lake Shawnee this past weekend.
Clint Bowyer has a new crew chief as the team continues to struggle.
Majority Leader Terry Bruce says the Kansas Senate might not pass another tax plan after a tight vote advanced a package this weekend.
A Kansas judge says he won’t allow some documents in a quadruple murder case to be unsealed.
“He gets funnier and more charming as things get more difficult. It comes from a place of genuinely wanting to make it fun for everyone else…
Part of the White House has been evacuated amid security concerns.
A woman who was injured in a February traffic collision is suing Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce.
Reportedly violated the judge’s orders by talking to fellow jurors about news reports on the case.
A discrimination lawsuit filed by a former TV anchor whose career ended after he used a racial epithet has made its way to a Philadelphia co…
“This is now part of the fabric of how we care for one another.”
It is flawed, yes, but forgivable.