This year, more than 14-thousand Kansans will be diagnosed with cancer.
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Leading Democrats and Republicans have called for the U.S. to arm Ukraine as it struggles with Russian aggression.
The conference will explore the role of physician assistants in addressing the challenges of providing health care in rural areas.
Dane County Circuit Court Judge Richard Niess issued the ruling in July in a lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood over part of a 2012 law.
Outraged police in the Cleveland suburb of Bay Village are pledging to bring charges against the students responsible for the prank.
Scheick says he was told that the Tecumseh school board wanted someone younger.
“The varying of single-game prices provides an opportunity to more closely align face value and market value, which should improve sales.”
Deer were in the busier northbound lanes leading out of the city.
Doctors told her the baby would be deaf, blind and in a permanent vegetative state if she survived delivery.
The 100-acre blaze had been burning out of control, but crews were gaining the upper hand by early Saturday morning.
Under the deal, the NCAA would create a $70 million fund to test thousands of current and former athletes for brain trauma.
Some didn’t take too kindly to the secretive event, arranged between Anheuser-Busch and town leaders. Others embraced it.
He says doing that requires a fair tax structure that values paychecks as much as unearned income and inherited wealth.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Friday signed an emergency proclamation in preparation for lava crossing a major highway.
The high school football season kicked off with a bang. Check out the highlights from week one on the gridiron.
Kansas City Royals pitcher James Shields pitched 8+ innings of shutout baseball against the New York Yankees on Friday night.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Kansas Highway Patrol recently spent $20,000 on an internal satisfaction survey. When the results were released this wee…