The National Geographic Society says it will lay off about 9 percent of its staff of 2,000 as a deal to sell the magazine and other media pr…
A legislative study committee recommends that Kansas legislators hunt for state funds to boost the pay of corrections officers.
Questions about legality over asking people about immigration status while going to the health department.
Traffic was so heavy before a celebration of the Royals’ World Series championship that some drivers parked along the side of the road.
It’s a celebration for St. Rose Health Center in Great Bend. A new building providing access to specialty doctors is now open.
Two brothers out of Minneola have made an entire livelihood on soybean and cooking oil that they turn into biodiesel fuel.
In 2014, the Salina Fire Department received 1,059 alarm calls; 268 of those calls were false alarms.
Authorities say an 18-year-old clocked traveling 101 mph on Interstate 93 told police he was late for class.
Kansas has recently raised the rent by more than 25 percent for agencies housed in state office buildings.
Chipotle’s industry-leading commitment to tracking its ingredients from farm to table is being put to the test by an E. coli outbreak.
Fans lined streets honoring the Royals first baseball World Series trophy in 30 years.
Paul Francis Grimm of Goddard, Kansas, was sentenced Tuesday in Houston.
Pittsburg State University says former President Bill Clinton will be speaking at the university later this month.
Royals fans packed downtown Kansas City on Tuesday to honor the team’s World Series win.
Employees of a Vermont company have launched a side business selling underwear featuring a black-and-white drawing of Bernie Sanders.