Board members formally took a stance against a proposed bill that would do a lot more than just eliminate common core standards.
Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder and the Wildcat coaching staff have announced five football camps this summer.
A man in his 30’s is now out of the hospital following a stabbing Monday evening.
A driver of a mini-van painted to resemble the “Mystery Machine” from the Scooby Doo cartoon series led police on a chase.
Perry Ellis was named second-team All-America by USA TODAY.
The Topeka Police Department has confirmed that an officer from the task force shot and killed the suspect.
K-State’s Jake Wodtke hit .727 and recorded 12 RBI in three games last weekend to lead the Big 12.
Two players have been chosen as the final Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Player and Newcomer of the Week.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says he’s decided against mounting a third-party bid for the White House.
The bathroom scale may show a good number but how much of that weight is fat, not muscle?
An Arizona man texts Wichita police officer before drug deal.
Jerome Buting has a deal with HarperCollins Publishers for a book being released next year.
Randle’s bond conditions include a release to mental health treatment by a recommendation from the NFL Players Association.
Tennis star Maria Sharapova says she has failed a drug test at the Australian Open.
The federal lawsuit alleges that tens of thousands of residents have suffered physical and economic injuries.