The Kansas women’s basketball team beat Samford on Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas has turned its administration over to three private companies.
You may wonder how TARC will use your donations in 2015.
Witness opens up about seeing a teenager attacked at Topeka’s mall on Saturday afternoon.
More than a dozen people are hospitalized following a fire that killed five residents at a senior-living facility.
Taking another step toward a presidential run, Jeb Bush is resigning from the board of timber company Rayonier Inc.
Italian and Greek helicopter rescue crews Monday evacuated the last of the known survivors aboard the vessel.
A state agency in Minnesota is claiming the world record for largest ball of paper.
The Kansas City Royals have announced the signing of former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Edinson Volquez.
In a statement Monday, he said Bush and former first lady Barbara Bush wanted to “thank everyone for their good wishes and prayers.”
Kansas officials say the state saw the lowest number of tornadoes this year in 25 years.
Accused of stabbing a man during a bar fight on Christmas in Port Washington, where he lives.
A small Catholic parish in eastern Kansas is suffering a blow to its Christmas spirit.
Police say they matched a would-be pizza shop robber to a roll of toilet paper in his Pennsylvania home.
Has collected enough signatures on petitions to put the issue to a public vote in April.
Tyson Foods, Inc. recently concluded a line expansion at its prepared foods plant in Emporia.
Caught among flames, pelting rain and passengers who fought others for rescue.
Chrysler said one death is associated with the problem.
The jet carrying 162 people is believed to have crashed into Indonesia’s Java Sea. The State Department says no Americans were on board.
Governor Brownback shuffles staff after Fulmer departure
One person is dead and another was critically injured when a helicopter crashed near Lantana Airport.
Those who were uninsured face fines, unless they qualify for one of about 30 exemptions, most of which involve financial hardships.
While a few have backed those get-tough laws with significant funding to support trafficking victims, many have not.
Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer is spending the holidays providing medical relief in the Middle East.
Hopes will encourage more students to graduate in four years.