Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today announced nearly $4 million in grants for the 2015 Federal Victims of Crime Act.
Mass murderer Charles Manson has gotten a license to marry a 26-year-old woman who visits him in prison.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency Monday and activated the National Guard ahead of a grand jury decision.
The Kansas Supreme Court has two substitutes participating in its discussions about allowing gay marriage in the state.
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Facebook is said to be testing an office-friendly version.
Washburn University’s capital improvement plans now include a new $30 million residence hall and dining area.
Ortega is recalling several taco dinner kits, seasoning mixes and sauces because they may contain undeclared peanuts and almonds.
A Douglas County judge has ruled that a student who was expelled over tweets to an ex-girlfriend must be allowed to re-enroll.
Luke Maguire Armstrong doesn’t pen a holiday letter to friends.
Hellmann’s mayonnaise has some egg on its face.
A woman who was sexually assaulted and set on fire is in critical condition as police turn to the public for help.
A state agency acknowledges it sent out a news release shortly before the election that incorrectly claimed poverty in Kansas had declined.
Wichita learned on Monday that it will host the first and second round games for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament in 2018.