Tuesday, the Lawrence City Commission voted to increase the millions of dollars going toward the project.
Two Lawrence residents had a frightening reality check today when their 20-year-old disabled son went missing from a group home in Leawood.
Several black leaders in Topeka say a Kansas State Board of Education member's use of a racial slur during a meeting last month was unnecessary and inappropriate.
Kansas education commissioner Diane DeBacker says the department will seek an attorney general's opinion on implementing a new law that would allow school districts to be named innovative districts.
Critics of the Kansas Board of Education's decision to adopt national standards for math and reading urged the board to reconsider its decision to join the education program.
A new government report says just under half the Kansas winter wheat crop shows no damage from the hard freezes that hit the state in April.
The country's four biggest cellphone companies are set to launch their first joint advertising campaign against texting while driving, uniting behind AT&T's "It Can Wait" slogan to blanket TV and radio this summer.
New signs will be lifted in Lawrence recognizing the re-brand of a cable, Internet and phone provider. Tuesday marks the official re-brand of Knology, Inc. that will now be WOW! (Wide Open West).
A local family says they are facing thousands of dollars in unnecessary medical costs because of KanCare changes.
Several animals that were taken from an Atchison home were taken to animal sanctuaries in Texas and Florida. Two animals were taken to Operation Wildlife near Linwood.