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1 hr ago | The Kansas City Star
A wrongful termination lawsuit filed against the Cordish Companies and other companies alleges that downtown Kansas City's Power & Light entertainment district deliberately created disturbances to eject black patrons.
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5 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
KISS co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have signed their first Rock & Brews restaurant franchisee, a Kansas native who plans to open five locations in Kansas and Oklahoma.
7 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
Overland Park firefighter Jason Kelley had been planning his proposal to girlfriend Stephany Pace for months.
9 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
Kansans are seeing and smelling skunks more right now because it's their mating season which has them on the move.
13 hrs ago | KHGI
A woman who was sentenced to prison for her part in the deaths of her husband and the wife of a minister with whom she had an affair is no longer under state supervision.
Cassandra Foster of Olathe knows how a simple screening test - not required in Kansas - can save a newborn baby's life.
Kansans have long been at war with each other over the goodness of the flatness of their state.
A federal judge handed a key legal victory Wednesday to landowners battling a Nebraska gas firm in a lawsuit over the condemnation of more than 9,100 acres spanning three counties in south-central Kansas.
The fight for the Republican Senate nomination in Kansas has turned, in part, into a strange battle between a fourth-generation Kansan and a fifth-generation Kansan over who is more Kansan.
The following news release was submitted for publication on behalf of the Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament: The 4th Annual Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament wrapped up this Sunday at an Awards Ceremony at Classic Club, following a successful weekend of events in the desert that raised $881,000 for St. Jude Children's Research HospitalAŽ - one ... (more)
The Little Apple is already gearing up for one of its biggest holidays of the year, and while students are getting excited for the Fake Patty's Day celebration, that means a lot of extra work for local law enforcement and area bar owners.
A 16-year-old boy is in custody in northeast Kansas, suspected of causing sporadic outages in a school district's computer network since mid-February.
Following the defeat of a Kansas bill that critics argued would legalize discrimination against gays and lesbians, Roeland Park is considering a new ordinance that would do the opposite.
After a religious freedom bill in the Kansas House inspired national outrage, Senate Republicans face a tricky puzzle in the second half of the legislative session: How can they address concerns of religious conservatives seeking greater legal protections without setting off another explosion of controversy? Senate Vice President Jeff King, ... (more)
The Kansas attorney general and leaders of law enforcement agencies are reminding Kansans that marijuana possession remains illegal in the state.
While legislatures debate whether to implement the Common Core State Standards. the beast that is troubling practitioners is the obligation to somehow test students, not on so much content as before but on the harder-to-measure ability to think.
Roeland Park could become only the second city in Kansas to pass an ordinance that bans discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.