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By the beginning of this week, the Kansas Food Bank was handing out 6,565 backpacks of food to poor schoolchildren every Friday in Wichita and the counties the Bank serves in Kansas.
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
The stars aligned perfectly in Lawrence today as the Kansas Lady Jayhawks steamrolled the visiting Texas Southern Tigers 105-78.
The fire was discovered about 2:30 a.m. Thursday at the house near East 106th Terrace and College Avenue.
A mistrial has been declared in the trial of a man accused in the death of an Iraq veteran after a fight in Lawrence.
On the eve of the eighth night of Chanukah, Chabad of Kansas hosted the first ever Chanukah Celebration at the Kansas State Capitol.
McColley operates Creative Marketing Solutions LLC, a licensed Kansas tobacco wholesaler.
Friends of the University of Kansas graduate student found dead this week are raising money to help the student's family.
Kansans remained slow to enroll in health insurance plans in November through the online marketplace set up under the federal health care overhaul, though enrollments did jump, figures from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services showed Wednesday.
A Manhattan church has announced its intention to throw its support behind the same-sex marriage movement in the state.
A national conservative group has endorsed challenger Milton Wolf in campaign against U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts in the Kansas Republican primary.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in the appeals of two brothers who were sentenced to death for crimes committed in 2000 in Wichita.
A federal appeals court has upheld the prison sentence for a former Kansas case manager who defrauded federal and state government programs.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced Wednesday that nearly 365,000 people have selected plans from state and federal health insurance marketplaces through November.
Most details about how plans to limit greenhouse gases could affect Kansas remain up in the air, and state environmental officials expressed concerns they won't have time to write comprehensive rules.
The total number of Kansans who have completed online enrollment and selected an insurance plan on the health insurance marketplace at HealthCare.gov has increased from 400 to 1,855, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Kansas withdrew Tuesday from a federally funded, state-led initiative to develop tests aligned to the controversial Common Core mathematics and English standards, choosing instead to commission the tests from The University of Kansas.
ARLINGTON, Va. , Dec. 10 -- The American Chiropractic Association issued the following news release: Sen. Jerry Moran will be the keynote speaker at the American Chiropractic Association's 2014 National Chiropractic Legislative Conference and Education Symposium Feb. 26 - March 2 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Moran is a member of the Appropriations ... (more)