Kent Eckles, who has served as the Vice President of Government Affairs with the Kansas Chamber, has accepted the position of State Director for the American Petroleum Institute.
Kansas Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker is resigning to become an adviser to the chief education official in a major Middle Eastern city.
Leaders of the Kansas Board of Regents are pleased with legislative approval of a higher education budget that partly restores salary cuts imposed last year.
Wichita’s Doppler radar is being repaired from major hail damage from a storm back in September of 2010.
The Fort Hays State University Presidential Search Committee has announced all five presidential candidates.
Wichita State University’s College of Engineering is awarding $200,000 in grants to 11 area school districts to support engineering education programs at the K-12 level.
Wichita Parks and Recreation will host the 6th annual Bunny Blast & Egg Hunt event beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 12.
Police in Kansas City investigate another highway shooting, the most recent in a string of 14.
An Arizona couple has given Kansas State University $1.5 million toward the expansion of the College of Engineering.
Federal election officials have appealed a judge’s ruling requiring them to help Kansas and Arizona fully enforce state laws requiring voters to prove their U.S. citizenship.
Topeka voters have approved a $143 million school bond issue that will help pay for tornado shelters and other improvements.
A judge has scheduled a mental competency hearing for a woman accused of sex trafficking at Asian massage parlors in Wichita.
Voters in southwest Kansas have passed two ballot measures advancing a $127 million school district bond issue.
A former school board president from western Kansas has received a suspended sentence on drug charges.
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill that he says will save Kansas employers about $42 million by adjusting their payments to the fund that pays benefits to unemployed workers.