A new government forecast says Kansas farmers are on track to harvest 38 percent more corn than a year ago.
Kansas City police exchanged gunfire with a homicide suspect holed up inside a home.
Top prosecutors and law enforcement officials in the Topeka area have scheduled what they’re calling an important announcement about a joint criminal investigation.
The University of Kansas is looking at ways to involve more of its academic departments in research on water-related issues.
A benefit book sale for the Lawrence Public Library has been canceled by the presence of bedbugs in some donated items.
AlcoBlow is a new test to check students for alcohol use. It’s very similar to what the cops use. But, is it legal? What do you think?
Miss Kansas Theresa Vail says she wants to break the stereotype that women with visible tattoos don’t compete in pageants.
Budget constraints and the need to remodel office space will keep newly confirmed Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall from taking his seat until January.
The University of Kansas Endowment had another record-setting year in fiscal year 2013.
Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to discuss efforts to shrink waiting lists for disabled Kansas residents who are seeking in-home services.
Kansas first lady Mary Brownback has recognized 25 books and their authors as part of the Kansas Book Festival at the Statehouse in Topeka.
The largest electric company in Kansas will have a new executive overseeing its accounting operations in November.
A Wisconsin trucker who joined a cyberattack on Wichita-based Koch Industries has admitted his role in the onslaught that took the website offline for about 15 minutes.
Pittsburg State University has renamed its nursing school for the mother of a prominent alumnus who donated $1 million to the nursing program.
A three-judge panel of the Kansas Court of Appeals plans to hear seven cases next week at Wichita State University.