A Shawnee County judge declined to block part of a new voting law from being enforced, rejecting arguments it could criminalize voter registration events.
Sophomore Will Howard insists he is better prepared this year to step in as Kansas State's starting quarterback when the Wildcats face Nevada on Saturday.
Kindergarten enrollment dropped by 9% statewide last year. Preschool enrollment dropped nearly 21%. It’s too soon to tell if it was a one-time thing.
The Topeka Trojans (1-2) overcame three first half turnovers to win their first game of the season over the Emporia Spartans (0-3) on Sept. 16.
The Kansas Mesonet is an online database comprised of data from weather stations across the state. Gardeners can use the data to hone their craft.
Kansas is set to take in nearly 500 refugees from Afghanistan, prompting questions from Republicans in Congress over security issues.
A 38-year-old inmate facing a murder charge died of an apparent heart attack Thursday after being taken from the Shawnee County Jail to a hospital.
The 14-story midcentury structure in the Capitol Complex once housed many of the state’s agencies. Today it sits mostly vacant.
A doctor urges people to get vaccinated, a reader objects to legislator's column and an advocate addresses needs of homeless.
Topeka Performing Arts Center's production of "A Chorus Line" will showcase many of the city's most talented when it debuts Sept. 24-26.