A federal appeals court has rejected a nonprofit group’s claim that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism.
Richard Myers, the new interim president of Kansas State University, says he’s not planning to make many changes
The Justice Department sued Angel Dillard in 2011 for sending a threatening letter to Mila Means over abortions.
Archaeologists think they have a better idea of where bodies are buried near the Fort Larned National Historic Site.
Three men have been charged in a Kansas City, Kansas, bank robbery that a federal prosecutor witnessed.
A PepsiCo executive is scheduled to give a Landon Lecture at Kansas State University.
Edmonds, Washington police say a 43-year-old Wichita man died after being struck by a freight train north of Seattle.
At today’s press announcement, Shawn Sullivan, the Kansas budget director is presenting options for balancing the budget.
A second member of the University of Kansas rowing team has filed a lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted by a football player
Governor Brownback has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sun-up to sun-down in honor of Major General Philip Finley.
A Topeka city councilman charged with child abuse is resigning from the City Council.
Last year, Governor Sam Brownback said he would veto any bill that touched the 2012 tax break
The Kansas Turnpike Authority says work is beginning to fix a culvert where a Texas man died in a flash flood.
Vatterott College will be working to assist former Wright Career College students and will consider credit transfers.
Eighteen-year-old Andrew Woodring pleaded guilty to a felony first-degree murder charge.