Research from Kansas State University says that children may not be learning anything from the technological devices they use.
“We pray that all our passengers are OK and will be safely returned to their families soon.”
Abortion rights organizations, students and Kansas House members are rallying against legislation banning access to reproductive health care…
Man arrested in Manhattan given high bond on warrant from Logan County.
Investigators are looking into allegations of rape and criminal sodomy at a party in Manhattan Friday night.
Bond is set at $1 million for a man with a long criminal history who police say caused a three car crash that killed a Topeka woman.
“What we now know is that there appears to be some significant risk for pregnant women and women who are thinking about having a baby.”
“Based on the experience of others who have done this, there will certainly be a very small minority that will criticize.”
The department says the decertification is costing the state between $500,000 and $1 million a month in federal funds.
The Better Business Bureau is alerting people about several scams related to Valentine’s Day that they say can be heartbreaking as well as e…
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is seeing polls rise ahead of the New Hampshire primary.
A Kansas Senate committee has approved a bill that would balance the state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The Kansas Sampler Festival will be in the same format it has used in for nearly three decades in Winfield this May and in 2017.
A drunk Wisconsin couple is facing felony charges after allegedly letting a nine-year-old girl drive them home in an attempt to avoid a DUI.
There’s a relatively popular theory about the Monday after the Super Bowl: productivity goes way down. But now there’s data to support the c…
The stadium will not be ready for future events until February 21st, according to officials.
“I think they’re concerned about losing our schools. And I think they’re concerned about losing local decision-making on what happens in our…
Kobach’s office noted that a record of nearly 17,300 businesses formed in Kansas last year.