This week’s featured vehicle is a maroon 2007 Ford Freestyle with a “Bob Allen Ford” plate on the front.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback spoke today at the annual WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition in Atlanta. The conference featured an exhibition of wind energy technology, including large-scale components, as well as presentations on industry trends, technology developments, and renewable energy policy developments.
Kansas Republicans Tim Huelskamp and Lynn Jenkins have filed for re-election to Congress even though the lines of their districts aren't settled.
A legal challenge filed against the state of Kansas over the funding of public schools has reached Shawnee County District Court.
Crafts continued for a second day today at the Mulvane Mountain - Plains Art Fair.
Cancer survivors have a lot to celebrate and a lot to be celebrated for Sunday night.
Governor Sam Brownback ordered flags to be flown at half-staff on June 6 in honor of Private First Class Cale Clyde Miller.
Two Native American professors have launched a website designed to help other Native Americans deal with Type 2 diabetes.
A new report shows there's been an increase in the number of Douglas County residents who report smoking during their pregnancies.
Lawyers for former Attorney General Phill Kline suggest in a court filing that one of two remaining Kansas Supreme Court justices recuse himself from hearing Kline's disciplinary case.
A new report from The African Child Policy Forum (ACPF) entitled "Africa: The New Frontier for Intercountry Adoption," says the trend indicates that receiving countries are turning "en masse" to Africa to meet demand for adoptive children as other options close. It's a trend, they say, that needs to stop.