The University of Kansas plans to offer 15 new online graduate programs through its School of Education.
The Galena School District will begin improvement projects at some of its schools after voters easily approved a $7.5 million bond issue.
The Kansas Department of Labor has relocated its offices in downtown Wichita, joining other agencies in a state office building nearby.
An autopsy report says a man who killed two Topeka police officers in December was hit by three shots fired by other officers the following day.
The company whose name is on a PGA golf tournament in Wichita will also be offering a seminar for small-business owners about online marketing.
The Army’s 1st Infantry Division celebrates its 96th birthday next week with a series of events at Fort Riley.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas coalition that’s been a vocal advocate for continued spending on highway projects is pleased that legislators preserved funding… More »
A northeast Kansas sheriff’s office has renewed its request for tips in the killings of two women 24 years ago.
Commissioners in a northeast Kansas county have declared a local disaster emergency from severe weather that brought floods and tornadoes to the region last week.
The prosecution rested its case in the Brett Seacat trial Tuesday and the defense began calling witnesses, including Seacat’s older half brother.
Investigators have not determined a cause of the fire but suspect that lightning may be the culprit.
Via Christi Health Systems says it is laying off 28 employees in Pittsburg as part of a statewide effort to cut costs.
McPherson County might soon get a 3 million-bushel grain elevator and a high-speed loading facility near Canton.
City commissioners in Salina have voted to allow sales of packaged liquor on Sundays and three designated holidays.
Kansas farmers have been planting row crops where field conditions allow amid the recent spate of heavy rain, high winds and tornadoes.