The Food and Drug Administration will decide this summer whether to allow them on the market.
Under current law, a second marijuana possession charge is a felony resulting in as many as 42 months behind bars.
The regulatory path is smoother when a pipeline does not cross an international border, as Keystone would.
U.S. intelligence analysts disagree about whether the attacks have significantly diminished the group’s capabilities.
“When he gets up there he just gets in his element,” Cash’s dad, Dan Owens, says. “It’s pretty amazing to see.”
The 33rd Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial will be holding a candle light vigil at the Kansas Statehouse.
St. Patrick’s Day is still a few days away…but it wasn’t too early for the people of Topeka to kick off the celebration.
The Topeka High School Historical Society hosted a ribbon cutting and open house for a newly renovated office and museum on Sunday.
The winner will travel throughout Kansas educating the general public about issues that are important to people with disabilities.
The talks are to resume Sunday in Switzerland, with the U.S. and other world powers.
The Washburn Ichabods and Emporia State Hornets split their double-header on the diamond Saturday afternoon.
The high school basketball season came to an end on Saturday as state champions were crowned throughout the Sunflower State.
The Emporia State Lady Hornets beat Pitt State for the 4th time this season as they advanced to the Sweet 16 on Saturday night.
Sporting Kansas City lost its first game of the season on Saturday night against FC Dallas.
The Iowa State Cyclones trailed by 17 points in the second half, but rallied to beat Kansas in the Big 12 Tournament’s championship game.
“In the unlikely instance that one of them does develop symptoms, we would take them to the Biocontainment Unit immediately.”
Recovery operations were expected to finish late Saturday.
Investors would have the chance to consult a resource listing of convicted fraudsters before handing over any money.
Salary had insisted the shooting was self-defense.
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“Glad to be back in KC!!” Parker tweeted later. “Can’t wait to get back to work.”
The interrupted flight was scheduled to continue to Kansas City four hours late.
A responder is heard saying “There’s a baby!”
10,700 was raised through sponsorships, donations, ticket sales and tips.
The center will house the new Save Our Sons program.
People who make meth are leaving the explosive chemicals in public places to return later to get the finished product.
Mayor James Knowles III remains, making just $4,200 a year in a job he called basically ceremonial.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey called the actions of Officer Robert Wilson III the greatest act of bravery he’s seen in 46 years.
Teen seatbelt citations more than doubled from the same period last year.
There are discussions about keeping a steady number of counterterrorism troops into 2015.
This is the first year fines are being collected from uninsured people the government deems able to afford coverage.
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The victim was stabbed outside the residence of 736 SE Pinecrest on the porch.
Several teams continued state tournament action from across the area. Find our which squads earned a place in Saturday’s championships.
The Kansas Jayhawks beat the Baylor Bears in the first Big 12 semifinal game at Sprint Center in Kansas City on Friday night.
Lyon County Sheriff’s deputies are on the look out for a kidnapping suspect.
Emporia State rallied to win game one of the Turnpike Tussle doubleheader and finished off sweep at Washburn.
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