The University of Kansas Student Senate will vote this week on whether to eliminate a fee students have paid to the athletics department for more than 30 years.
Costs of rebuilding and repairs since the May 2011 tornado that hit Joplin and Duquesne have topped $1 billion.
It happened early Sunday morning outside the Phat Azz Bikes Private Clubhouse in the 1000 block of North Cleveland around 3:10 a.m.
Weather experts in Kansas say people should not trust in myths to keep them safe during severe weather.
Florida family hospitalized after consuming meat tainted with LSD.
NBC’s new supernatural thriller “Believe” from Academy Award winning director Alfonso Cuaron arrives tonight.
Public safety officials are getting ready to release more details about enhanced security for this year’s Boston Marathon.
With just three weeks left to sign up under President Barack Obama’s health care law, a major survey tracking the rollout finds that the uninsured rate keeps going down.
A very strong earthquake rattled the Northern California coast and was widely felt across the region, but authorities said early Monday that there were no reports of any injuries or damages.
When a Florida jury convicted Michael Dunn of attempted murder, but not actual murder, in the shooting death of black teenager Jordan Davis, the hashtag #dangerousblackchildren popped up on Twitter.
The chaos at the University of Massachusetts over the weekend during a pre-St. Patrick’s Day celebration brought renewed attention to an old problem affecting colleges nationwide: how to deal with alcohol-fueled revelers during the March festivities.
The Kansas Supreme Court has settled some immediate issues over public school funding, but it left for another day the biggest issue — how much more money, if any, legislators must spend on education.
The Kansas chapter of the American Heart Association says state health officials aren’t acting quickly enough to require a screening test that could save newborn babies’ lives.
A Kansas couple and their four newly adopted children have made it home after a grueling trip to Ukraine, where civil unrest delayed their return for weeks.
Kansas legislators are resuming discussions of education funding in the wake of a state Supreme Court decision that faulted the way certain funds are distributed to school districts.