The Kansas Department of Agriculture is helping investigate three separate thefts of cattle in Stafford County.
The women who coached the U.S. women's soccer team to two Olympic gold medals will be a distinguished professor at Bethany College in Lindsborg.
Fittingly, Jim Linder’s graveside services will be held on Pearl Harbor Day.
Augusta coach Roger Robben resigned as head coach of the football team to spend time with family. The open position will be posted after next Monday's school board meeting.
Thousands of engineering students from the U.S. and abroad are expected to head to Pittsburg State University next May for a vehicle design competition.
Westar Energy says it has received several reports from customers of fraudulent calls from scammers posing as employees of the Topeka-based electric utility.
Kansas education officials are seeking dismissal of a federal lawsuit over new, multistate science standards filed by a group that claims the guidelines promote atheism and violate students' religious freedoms.
A suburban Kansas City man has admitted taking part in a $725,000 fraud scheme that involved hacking into business computer systems and stealing customers' identity information.
Because we weren’t chilly enough (and apparently needed a little more “toughening up” as we prepare for winter to arrive in full force)… the National Weather Service has dropped our projected overnight lows even lower!
When the gavel raps to start a sale this month at the offices of a 73-year-old auction house, the third-generation family business will take farm auctions into the Internet age.
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