An Ohio prisons oversight committee says security management and inmate discipline are concerns.
Olive Garden is hurting itself by piling on too many breadsticks.
The hearing had been scheduled for 10 a.m.
Obama said in his address to Americans on Wednesday that he had authorized U.S. airstrikes inside Syria for the first time.
Wichita police say they plan to arrest some of the people who beat up a coach at a junior football league practice.
Part of an effort to make sure students can transfer some credits among all institutions.
Detectives investigating a case of reckless endangerment of children found the bodies Thursday at the house in Blackstone.
Ideas for sustaining the Ogallala Aquifer will be discussed this weekend at the Kansas State Fair.
The University of Kansas will create a task force and require training in response to criticism of its handling of sexual assault complaints…
The court began visiting various communities in 2011.
A potential settlement appears to be in the works on some claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Monsanto …
Newton police warn that a rise in the amount of city graffiti could lead to gang fights over turf.
The Kansas City Royals committed three errors on Thursday night and the Boston Red Sox took advantage.
LaVance Taylor re-wrote the history book at Central Missouri with six touchdowns against Emporia State.
Justin Linn kicked the game-winning field goal in the 4th quarter as Washburn escaped at Nebraska-Kearney.
Doctors in Nebraska say the stricken aid worker is improving.
New lava threat on the Big Island.
A healthier lifestyle is the message for the Shawnee County community.
Other children had been removed to state custody last month.
Topeka West and Topeka High School honor 9/11 victims in flag raising ceremonies.
A northwest Missouri mother and her son were sentenced on Wednesday for participating in the same meth-dealing conspiracy.
Federal investigators are looking into what appears to have been an attempt to firebomb a U.S. congressman’s office.
A Kansas City woman is going to prison for embezzling more than $650,000 from the bank where she worked.
Kansas woman has been placed on a year of supervised probation.
There’s an argument to be made for it after their season-opening loss to Tennessee.