Construction is underway on a $10 million addition to the Bioscience and Technology Business Center at the University of Kansas.
A man died after he fell from a moving car in rural Ellis County on Saturday, according to a release from the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office.
An intense debate in Kansas over adopting multistate academic standards for public schools has exposed longstanding tensions between the Legislature and the State Board of Education over control of what happens in classrooms.
A couple from McPherson, Kansas died Friday after a crash in southwest Missouri, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback showed his frustration with the budget passed by the Kansas Legislature by vetoing the Department of Corrections budget for fiscal 2015.
A church bus carrying children rolled over, hospitalizing at least two people Saturday afternoon, according to Sedgwick County dispatchers.
Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is setting his sights on raising $5 million in his bid to return to Washington for another six-year term, even with no opposition on the immediate horizon.
An infant girl was killed, and her 6-year-old big sister critically injured, after a rollover crash in Sumner County on Friday, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
A fishing style made popular by television shows in recent years is picking up steam in Kansas as hundreds of locals prepare for another season of hand fishing.
Superman’s hometown is somewhere in Kansas, but where
A Kingman County man is charged with animal cruelty in the case of eight dogs that were killed and one that was wounded.
Whole Foods has announced that the organic grocery chain has revised its employee language policy following the suspension of two Spanish-speaking Albuquerque employees.
Phone call logs, credit card records, emails, Skype chats, Facebook message, and more: The precise nature of the NSA’s sweeping surveillance apparatus has yet to be confirmed.
A Manhattan man says he wants moderates of both the Democratic and Republican parties to form a new political party in Kansas.
Department of Agriculture officials are asking all licensed scale service companies to attend a meeting to discuss the low accuracy rate of heavy-capacity scales.