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Lawrence officials will consider whether to move forward with a new plaza and recreation area concept along the portion of the Kansas River that borders downtown.
Kansas is reporting that its unemployment rate remained at 3.3 percent in October for the third month in a row.
A court-appointed attorney investigating whether federal prosecutors in Kansas improperly listened to recorded conversations between prisoners and their attorneys says the U.S. Attorney's Office did not cooperate with him.
Kansas' attorney general is proposing to strip the secretary of state's office of its power to prosecute election fraud cases.
A Kansas jury took less than 15 minutes to find Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir not guilty of a misdemeanor for allegedly slapping a handcuffed man.
A federal lawsuit says foster children in Kansas are shuffled between homes and facilities so much that they can be essentially rendered homeless while in state custody.
The chairman of the Republican organization in Kansas' second-largest county says he decided to come out as gay after a back-channel campaign against him.
Two small airlines are protesting the price tag involved in funding the new single terminal project at Kansas City International Airport.
A Kansas man is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse in the death of a 2-month-old boy.
Could Kansas soon join the growing list of states allowing medical marijuana.
Complications from chronic alcohol abuse are blamed in the death of a Topeka jail inmate.
Kids being treated at a children's hospital in Kansas got a site to brighten their day _ "superheroes" rappelling down the outside wall of the hospital.
Lawrence family physician Dr. W. Ryan Neuhofel is using a direct primary care model to shift away from dealing with insurance and to focus on his patients.
A white county commissioner in northeast Kansas said he belongs to "the master race" as he critiqued a land-use proposal by a black city planner at a board meeting.
A 55-year-old Kansas man who was growing marijuana on an island in the Neosho River has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.
A nurse's decision to donate a kidney to a patient triggered a series of events that led to three people getting new organs at two Kansas City-area hospitals.
A suburban Kansas City massage therapist faces sentencing Jan. 3 after admitting that he secretly recorded video of a woman while she undressed.
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