Philips Lighting to layoff 32 employees in Salina.
University presidents spoke on the challenge to the House Higher Education Budget Subcommittee on Wednesday.
All 50 states and the District of Columbia have finalized their election results with no reports of the kind of widespread fraud.
The charity behind Red Nose Day says the campaign to end child poverty is returning to the United States this year.
City of Wichita officials report that traffic at Wichita Eisenhower National Airport was the second busiest year on record.
Two Kansas high school seniors have won Wichita State’s Harry Gore Memorial Scholarships.
The university is directly notifying anyone who may have been in close contact with the student.
The Border Patrol chief is leaving the agency on the heels of President Donald Trump’s announcement of an ambitious plan to build a massive …
The state’s Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board chose a $70 million Pittsburg facility called Kansas Crossing in June 2010.
Wichita police said 27 students reported being injured. At least one student was transported to the hospital.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Congress will pay for “the construction of a physical barrier on the border.”
Rep. Lynn Jenkins’ announcement that she has no plans to seek office in two years shakes up the Republican gubernatorial race.
A Kansas legislator has confirmed that he inadvertently left a loaded handgun under a table in a Statehouse committee room.
It turned out to be a dummy, dressed in children’s clothing.
A crash involving at least six cars caused traffic tie-ups Thursday morning in south Wichita.