The University of Kansas Hospital has received a $10 million challenge grant for a new expansion project.
Their families in east Jerusalem received demolition orders from Israeli police on Thursday.
The number of people applying for U.S. unemployment benefits declined slightly last week, suggesting that job gains should remain solid.
The reaction from congressional Republicans has been swift and fierce.
Manhattan man injured in late night accident
The U.S. attorney’s office says it has collected more than $11.4 million this year from criminal and civil actions in Kansas.
With winter seemingly upon us – your car can be at risk of catching fire.
Local fundraiser helps toddler after mom is murdered.
The Riley County Courthouse will soon be a tougher place to get into.
Gas prices are at a recent record low for this time of year and they aren’t expected to rise significantly any time soon.
Topeka West senior Laura Dicus committed to swim at Xavier University.
Gay-rights advocate Tom Witt says Schmidt’s argument is pointless.
Ever wonder how the narrow bands of snow in lake effect snows would look if they happened somewhere else?
Obama said he’ll reveal the long-awaited order on Thursday.
Sentenced to 18 years in federal prison for selling crack cocaine near a playground across the river in Kansas.
The baby wasn’t breathing and another bystander performed CPR, reviving the girl, police said.
Girlfriend was stationed at Fort Riley.
The Kansas City Chiefs appear to get a bit of a breather with a visit to the winless Oakland Raiders.
The indictment alleged the employee stole Hydrocodone and Tramadol being delivered by mail.
The program begins with the 2015 harvest season, but the company already has begun signing up farmers.
Discussions would continue with Congress on updating the legal basis for the U.S. intervention.
The capture resulted from information obtained from a Crime Stoppers tip.
Taking a cholesterol-lowering drug for five years in middle age can lower heart and death risks for decades afterward.
A hateful message posted on a sign in Minden, Nebraska has sparked controversy in the tiny town.
The plan is to create a guidebook using federal grant money that will highlight tribal sites along the 2,400-mile route.