A 20-year-old former University of Kansas student accused of raping a woman in a university dorm room has entered a diversion program.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear Wichita’s pot ordinance case at 9 a.m. next Thursday.
A new report shows a small decline in the number of Kansans with health insurance coverage through the federal online marketplace.
The Labor Department says job openings soared 8 percent to 5.75 million, the most since records began in 2000.
The new library will benefit from an $8 million fundraising campaign.
65-year old Vietnam veteran Gary Dixon was denied his prescription medication to help with his treatment of stage four cancer.
AT&T service has been restored to multiple customers after some went without service Wednesday
Queen Elizabeth II reached a major milestone Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015, becoming the longest-reigning monarch in Britain’s history.
The K-State band director says it was a big misunderstanding.
The latest news on iPhones and other products from Apple’s event in San Francisco.
Officials say the state’s new welfare law shows it doesn’t conflict with federal rules governing state child care programs.
The aerospace and defense company employs about 112,000 people globally.
The Baltimore city board has unanimously approved a $6.4 million settlement between the city and the family of Freddie Gray.
Police say a 4-month-old boy died but his sister survived after their father left them in a hot car .
A new report shows Kansas farmers have begun planting their 2016 winter wheat crop.