The Kansas House passed a bill that would require schools to provide suicide prevention training for all staff.
Her attorneys said the Republican presidential front-runner and his lawyers put her “through the wringer.”
Maryland defeated a pair of lower seeded teams last week to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
They voted 44-78 against the measure Tuesday, following a debate of more than three hours.
Kansas cruised through its first two NCAA Tournament games like a favorite is supposed to–making quick work of Austin Peay and then dominat…
A Westar worker was held at gunpoint in Hutchinson Tuesday after switching out an electric meter.
A Belgian security official says the death toll has risen to 34 in attacks on the Brussels airport and a subway station.
Wichita’s pool system could undergo a major change.
The overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament did nothing to dispute its front-runner status through the opening weekend.
Bob Boozer was among eight individuals announced Tuesday to the 11th class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
Kansas House members have begun debating a proposal that would repeal Common Core standards for math and reading education.
Junction City police stopped him for speeding in 2013, and they found about $828,000 in cash in his pickup.
Gov. Brownback has signed legislation allowing faith-based college groups to restrict membership to like-minded people.
The mother of a 4-year-old boy who shot her as they were riding in a pickup truck should face a misdemeanor charge, authorities said.
The criminal charges against three Syrians were unsealed in U.S. Eastern District Court of Virginia. None are in custody.