3 hrs ago | KSALLink.com
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has asked for an investigation into an immigration reform protest held outside his Wyandotte County home.
6 hrs ago | KSNT-TV Topeka
Members of a Kansas National Guard helicopter unit are on their way home from Afghanistan after a year of providing medical support.
7 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
A northwest Kansas man convicted of shooting another man and wounding a woman as the couple slept will go to prison for more than 17 years.
9 hrs ago | KFDI
Steve Inslee, the manager of the OK Co-op grain elevator in Kiowa, said Monday a few local farmers began hauling in wheat last Thursday.
12 hrs ago | KSNT-TV Topeka
A minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ashland says she was sorting through some boxes at the church when she found one filled with some unusual Bibles.
14 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Neither Kansas Sens. Pat Roberts nor Jerry Moran could claim any of the 641 total appearances by senators from 2010 through June 3 on the big Sunday news shows.
For Kansans June, July and August are months when some of us return to our roots and visit family in rural communities across the state.
For more information on the Kansas License Plate Collectors Association, contact Duane Johnson, 785-233-4499 or firstname.lastname@example.org In Kansas, collectors have a century of plates from 105 counties to choose from.
An intense debate in Kansas over adopting multistate academic standards for public schools has exposed longstanding tensions between the Legislature and the State Board of Education over control of what happens in classrooms.
A mob protesting against deportation of illegal immigrants descended Saturday evening on the Kansas City home of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Kimberly Scaler, the new administrator of the Junction City Arts Council, is attempting to keep the organization going after an extended period without state funding.
Kansas universities and colleges are beginning to come to grips with what they are calling "devastating" budget cuts imposed by the state Legislature.
Lecompton Territorial Days, which includes a carnival, pancake feed, Bleeding Kansas play and pioneer skills demonstration, will be Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, in Lecompton.
Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is setting his sights on raising $5 million in his bid to return to Washington for another six-year term, even with no opposition on the immediate horizon.
A certified public accountant from Leawood who's also an insurance industry executive has launched a campaign for the Republican nomination for Kansas insurance commissioner.
A Manhattan man who has been both a Democrat and a Republican is working to form a third political party in Kansas to provide moderates a platform in the political process.