Posted: 6:39 PM Rescue Mission Director Barry Feaker is among the distinguished Kansans chosen Wednesday to serve on the poverty panel.
Updated: 6:46 PM "I can't believe a teacher would give a grade for a subject they never taught," David Dennis, chair of the Kansas Board of Education said.
Posted: 6:02 PM An indictment alleges Tennessee pharmacist Robert Harshbarger substituted the cheaper drug for the iron sucrose drug Venofer received by kidney dialysis patients treated by Kansas Dialysis Services.
Updated: 8:42 PM The ranks of America's poor edged up last year to a high of 49.7 million, based on a new census measure that takes into account medical costs and work-related expenses.
Posted: 4:58 PM A former Topeka lawyer pleaded guilty to stealing more than $460,000 from several clients' trust funds.
Posted: 4:54 PM The board met Wednesday to discuss the topic and look over results of a survey, but didn't make a decision as to whether it should be taken out of the curriculum.
Posted: 4:48 PM A judge has given final approval to a $3.79 million settlement over claims by thousands of Kansas landowners against three of the nation's largest telecommunications companies.
Updated: 5:32 PM U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten on Wednesday ruled against Secretary of State Kris Kobach in a lawsuit he filed last week.
Updated: 12:50 PM New details emerged in court Wednesday in a deadly shooting in Manhattan that claimed the life of a Kansas National Guardsman.
Posted: 3:59 PM KDOT revealed a list of more than 430 construction projects totaling $1.1 billion to be carried out in the next two budget years.
Posted: 3:54 PM A Legislative Post Audit Division report found that the substance abuse treatment programs at the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex in Topeka are not designed to meet individual needs.
Posted: 3:49 PM Coty Newman's trial already was postponed from August to November 27th. It's now set for March 25th. Court records show the delay is because Newman's attorney need immediate surgery.
Posted: 3:44 PM 52-year-old Robert Telthorst pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of wire fraud and one count of money laundering.
Posted: 3:42 PM Harvester's kicked off its 21st annual Check Out Hunger campaign to make sure no one goes hungry during the holiday season.
Updated: 2:10 PM Gov. Sam Brownback announced he has accepted the resignation of Kansas Lottery Executive Director Dennis Wilson. It is effective December 3, 2012.
Posted: 10:04 AM Road projects for the next two years in the state of Kansas will be announced Wednesday afternoon.
Posted: 10:01 AM Eric Avila, 40, pleaded no contest in the kidnapping and murder of his girlfriend, Alina Burkman, 35.
Posted: 9:55 AM A new report says elementary schools in Kansas and surrounding states have reduced, or even eliminated, science education in recent years to emphasize reading and math.
Posted: 4:36 AM The emerging winter wheat crop is now blanketing fields across Kansas.
Posted: 10:29 PM The state says eight Jump Start stores failed to send the state nearly $516,000 in sales taxes collected between October 2011 and July 2012.
Posted: 10:26 PM The McPherson Sentinel reports four anti-abortion voters' guides were left in voting booths at a McPherson church and the Lindsborg Safety Center.