Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to tout the state’s sale of $1 billion in bonds as a boost to the financial health of the pension system
Emporia State University says it’s completed an investigation into hate crime and discrimination allegations.
Classes and activities will resume at 9:30 a.m. Students and employees should report to class and work at that time.
Kansas health officials say 11 lakes in the state are under warnings because of toxic algae blooms.
About 200 people attended a town hall meeting about the possible transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Fort Leavenworth.
There’s a committee that’s been named to pay for schools. But, will it be open to the public?
Three cases of viral meningitis have been confirmed with a spinal tap at Hays Middle School this week.
A Kansas judge has put on hold his order striking down a policy imposed on the courts in a move that protects the judicial branch’s budget.
High temperatures during a power outage can spell trouble for the food in your freezer.
Federal prosecutors say the FBI still possesses more than a dozen guns belonging to Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator Terry Nichols.
Friends University in Wichita has partnered with four area community colleges to offer on-site degree programs.
The national average price of gasoline this Labor Day weekend will be its lowest at this time of year since 2004.
Kansas lawmakers have created a committee to review school standards and funding.
Westar Energy worked several hours Thursday morning to restore power to central Wichita.
The dialogue that led to threat included an issue related to the Confederate flag.