A Kansas family values activist says he’s pleased with the military’s decision to remove pornographic magazines from Army and Air Force stores, but says the rationale fails to make the link between sexual content and abuse.
The University of Kansas has received a $2 million gift to establish the first counseling psychology professorship in the School of Education.
Spirit Aerosystems employees donated almost a semi full of school supplies to the Salvation Army Thursday.
Wichita police say they found the car believed to be involved in a fatal hit-and run accident.
The project is named in memory of Heather Muller, a victim of the Carr brothers’ murders back in 2000.
Troopers with the Kansas Highway Patrol were busy Thursday morning inspecting buses before the start of school.
Newly reorganized Beechcraft Corp. says it has received a $1.4 billion plane order in a deal believed to be the largest propeller aircraft order by value in general aviation history.
A survey finds that up to 9 percent of Kansans are at risk of developing a gambling problem, and 26 percent of the state’s residents could be affected by the uncontrolled gambling of a relative or friend.
A Kansas dental health organization has been awarded $100,000 to improve access to oral health care around the state.
The Wichita State University Foundation says it received more than $22.5 million in giving in the past fiscal year, the highest amount in three years.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says a single-engine plane landed in a field after the pilot tried to abort a lift off at an airport in Barton County.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says the biker went off the road and into a ditch.
Tornadoes and hail this summer have increased demand for used vehicles, and at the same time, also lowered the supply.
Possible E.coli contamination has prompted the U.S.D.A. to recall 50,100 pounds of ground beef products from National Beef Packing Company.
Wichita Parks and Recreations has a proposal to improve its pools by closing more of their facilities.