The fatigue voters feel is nearing its height with less than a week before Election Day.
Kansas health officials are investigating an outbreak of E. coli among people who attended the Louisburg Cider Mill Ciderfest.
In 2015, the city opened Wichita Sports Forum, an indoor, multi-sport athletic facility, as part of the STAR Bond District.
Mondelez Global issued a voluntary recall for certain Oreo Fudge Cremes product due to an undeclared allergen.
A new study shows a wearable skin patch may help children who are allergic to peanuts.
Don’t end up in the E.R. because of a pumpkin carving mishap.
Experts warn that cosmetic contacts commonly worn as part of Halloween costumes can harbor bacteria and other matter.
An analysis shows Kansas consumers next year will see their premiums soar by 46 percent.
The jury ruling ended the trial that began Sept. 26 in the case brought by Deborah Giannecchini of Modesto, California.
Several nurse training programs in the state are being impacted by a loss of accreditation.
Kansans safely disposed of more than five tons of unused medicines.
A pharmacy tech has admitted that he removed a potent painkiller from hundreds of vials and replaced it with saline solution.
Cranberry capsules didn’t prevent or cure urinary infections in nursing home residents in a study.
In less than a week you’ll be able to enroll in the Affordable Care Act for health care.
The 2017 sign-up season that starts Nov. 1 looks challenging. Here are some questions and answers for consumers.