The animals died late last month from the highly fatal virus likely contracted by eating an infected mouse or mouse urine.
Washburn Rural golfer Sam Mitchell signed to play at Baker University.
Emporia State split Wednesday’s MIAA Conference opener against NW Missouri at White Auditorium.
Shooting under investigation by multiple agencies
A number of eyebrows have been raised recently at a new course of study at the University of Kansas.
Student protests culminate with vigil on campus Friday night.
Bill passes with large, bi-partisan support.
Arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a firearm after authorities determined his wound was self-inflicted.
Luke Hochevar signed a two-year contract to remain with the Kansas City Royals.
Investigators say three dogs were unable to escape the home and died in the fire.
Pregnant women are about to get easier-to-understand information on how safe their medicine is for baby.
The Shawnee County Health Agency has staff certified to assist in navigating the process, and one on one appointments may be scheduled by ca…
The car was one of eight classic and historic Corvettes extracted from the sinkhole in the floor of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling …
Wages haven’t rebounded fully from the recession when adjusted for inflation.
This year’s theme for the White House decorations is “a children’s winter wonderland.”
KU volleyball freshman Addie Barry will get to play in front of her friends and family in Topeka.
A woman has lunged at a man charged with kidnapping, raping and killing an 8-year-old Topeka girl during his capital murder trial.
To accommodate pregnant workers under a federal law aimed at combating discrimination against pregnant women.
Suing a Kansas City suburb for pulling over a driver for flashing his headlights at oncoming drivers to warn that a speed trap was ahead.
Suit seeks to have Obama’s immigration action declared unconstitutional.
A case that sparked outrage and drew comparisons to the deadly police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri.
Kansas has lost another legal skirmish in its efforts to salvage the state’s battered ban on gay marriage.
City Manager Robert Layton says the community wants the cameras.