Posted: 10:13 AM Approximately 800 senior athletes, ranging in age from 50 to 96, from all across Kansas and the nation will be in Topeka Sept. 19-23 and September 27-30 to compete in the 29th Annual Kansas Senior Olympics.
Posted: 4:37 AM Kansas outlawed texting while driving last year, but officials are going an extra mile to make sure everyone knows the law.
Updated: 12:06 AM Governor Sam Brownback has proclaimed Wednesday, September 19th as "no text on board pledge day".
Updated: 10:50 PM Angela Miller, a secondary math teacher at Eisenhower Middle Elementary School in Mahattan-Ogden, and Dennis Burkett, a secondary science teacher at Olathe South High School were celebrated today.
Posted: 9:13 PM Kansas State University students are optimistic about the recovering economy and job market as they prepare to enter the workforce. Thousands of students put their best foot forward as they met with employers at a massive job fair.
Posted: 6:22 PM Some educators believe figures showing a slide in student reading and math scores suggest the state's past budget problems are hindering schools.
Posted: 6:14 PM The General Services Administration released a draft environmental impact statement on the proposed sale this summer of Plum Island. A planned lab at K-State would replace the facility there.
Updated: 6:11 PM Operation Rescue accuses AG Derek Schmidt of participating with Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe in seeing that charges against Planned Parenthood's clinic in Overland Park were dismissed under false pretenses.
Posted: 6:07 PM Siemens announced Tuesday that about 146 employees at its wind turbine plant in Hutchinson are among 615 being laid off company-wide. The others are at plants in Iowa and Florida.
Posted: 6:01 PM The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday for Kansas in a lawsuit by the Constitution Party of Kansas, which is not among the parties recognized by the state.
Posted: 5:46 PM The Kansas Court of Appeals held its Tuesday session at Washburn's Law School. Among cases on the docket was the appeal of convicted kidnapper Jesse Dimmick.
Posted: 5:45 PM The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce will host a non-partisan Candidate Forum on Monday, October 8th from 5:00 – 9:00pm at the Manhattan Arts Center.
Posted: 5:32 PM Five semi-trailers are wrapped as "mobile billboards", featuring the school's logo and Victor E. Tiger mascot.