The University of Kansas Medical Center is planning a $3 million project to study the role of exercise in preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
Kansas growers will soon be paying more for the wheat “check-off” program that supports research and market development.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger is planning five more town hall meetings in October to discuss the federal health care overhaul.
To legalize or not to legalize, the debate about marijuana has gone on for decades. On Thursday, a discussion came to Wichita State University.
The Champion Professional Indoor Football will have a team playing at Dodge City’s United Wireless Arena starting next season.
An anti-evolution group has filed a federal lawsuit to block Kansas from using new, multistate science standards in its public schools
A man wanted in Dodge City, for attempted murder and robbery, is behind bars in Madera County, California after his capture in Fairmead.
The owners of a Colorado cantaloupe farm have been arrested on charges stemming from a listeria outbreak in 2011 that killed 33 people.
Attorneys for Westar Energy and its electric customers are urging Kansas regulators to approve a plan letting the utility raise rates for residential customers by $3 a month
A prisoner being driven across western Oklahoma dialed 911 this week to tell police that two other inmates had stolen an unattended transport van in an attempted escape.
The executive director of the Kansas Humane Society is leaving for a new job in North Carolina.
Wichita fire crews responded to the Wesley Medical Arts Tower after reports of an electrical fire.
A Wichita State University research center says the Kansas economy is growing at a slower rate than the nation’s economy overall.
Update // A Manhattan woman says she was fired and has received death threats after posting comments on Facebook that criticized the military.
Rescue professionals from across the state are getting the chance to train and prepare for when disaster strikes.