The Royals go above. 500 for the first time this year.
Royals score four in the ninth to Walk-off Against Toronto.
Kobach did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Swiss agribusiness giant was sued for introducing genetically engineered seeds into the U.S. before it was approved for imports
Olathe Republican Party Chairman David Lightner used slogan to promote the Faith and Freedom Picnic.
Excel announced the layoffs Thursday in a letter sent to employees.
KSU’s Polytechnic Campus will begin flying drones in the dark. Flights will be conducted for research and commercial flight training courses.
Giuseppina Rogers sued the county after she fell from an upper bunk. She claimed she asked to sleep on a lower bunk or the floor but was assigned an upper bunk.
Corbin Breitenbach is charged with sexually assaulting the 7-year-old girl six weeks after he was released from prison
Reno County Democrats selected Jason Probst to finish the term of Rep. Patsy Terrell, who died June 7 at the age of 55
Kansas law prohibits real estate brokers from offering “rebates” in the form of home buyers gift cards as part of a broker’s commission
Sale goes eight strong innings to slow down the Royals.
The bill to repeal and replace ACA may come as early as next week
Royals are just one game under .500 after Royals Hold Off Red Sox.
Lemmie was arrested after a chase in which he hoped a curb and traveled about 200 yards in a railroad right-of-way.
The new ‘five-axis center of excellence’ is expected to be operational later this year
The 2.9 magnitude earthquake hit near Mankato around 2 a.m. Monday
Lawmakers voted to repeal Gov. Sam Brownback’s signature tax cuts, a move which will inject $1.2B into the state over two years
Royals finish west coast trip with a 7-2 record .
Royals get shutout as streak ends at six
The president’s associates, who insisted on anonymity in order to discuss the his views, say some of his ire is aimed at deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and investigative special counsel Robert Mueller, both of whom the president believes are biased against him
Kansas will continue to lose up to $1 million a month in federal funds that are being withheld until a 60-bed unit at Osawatomie State Hospital is recertified
Kennedy earns first win of the year as Royals top Halos.
48-year-old Willie E. Parker was convicted of first-degree murder in the July 2015 death of Michel Ziade
Strahm goes five strong innings to give Royals opening series win.
Democratic committee members will chose a nominee next week
Technical issues have created problems with state testing for two years in a row
The proposed budget would authorize a lease-purchase agreement and up to $155 million in bonds for traditional financing for building a new prison
Moustakas hits home run number 18 and Hammel goes six plus strong innings.
A new report says President Donald Trump is under investigation for obstruction of justice
The 35-year-old woman admitted to her involvement in a scheme where fires were intentionally set so the department would be paid to fight them
Vargas goes seven strong as Royals thump Giants
The insurance company will begin offering coverage under the ACA in Missouri and Kansas next year
Rep. Patsy Terrell, Hutchinson, was found dead in a Topeka hotel room last week
Former Multi-State Lottery Association security director Eddie Tipton could spend 25 years in prison for rigging jackpots in four states
Durant pours in 39 and James scores 41 in game five.
Parents in the Shawnee Mission School District only recently learned of the semi-automatic rifles that were bought for school officers in 2015
Moran says he’s waiting on the Senate’s final version of a health care bill before deciding how he’ll vote
Nearly half a million voters cast ballots in favor of becoming the nation’s 51st state
The 23-year-old man was trying to help his wife and 3-year-old child when the wind had blown them away from the shore
The owner of a hemp oil supplier lowered the amount of THC in his product after police seized the product from a store in Mission, Kansas
Adam Purinton could face the death penalty for the February shooting that killed one and injured two others
Penguins Crosby earns Conn Smythe trophy for best player on playoffs
Royals club four home runs in rubber match against Padres.
Cain lifts two homers out of the park as Royals come back to beat Padres
A Kansas man charged with fatally shooting an Indian national at a suburban Kansas City bar has been indicted on federal hate crime and firearms charges. The Justice Department announced Friday that Adam Purinton, of Olathe, Kansas, was indicted by a federal grand jury. The man allegedly killed and another wounded by Purinton on Feb. […]
Trump dodged questions at a news conference about whether, as he’s hinted, the conversations with Comey were taped.
Skoglund struggles for second straight start as bullpen can’t hold onto the lead.
Moody’s Investor Services gave Kansas an improved credit rating after lawmakers overrode a veto of a bill that rolls back Gov. Sam Brownback’s income tax cuts
The president avoided social media during the former FBI director’s testimony, which deepened questions over possible obstruction of justice on Trump’s behalf
The law permit the consumption of alcohol outside of bars and restaurants in new designated districts
Astros bullpen out duels Royals after both starters exit.
Jeffrey Dane Swindler fled to Mexico in 2014, after a second conviction for the 2008 rape of a child
Comey’s recollections of his one-on-one conversations with Trump were revealed in seven pages of testimony released Wednesday
Golden State finishes on 11-0 run to end game as they go up three games to none.
No Keuchel helps Royals earn at least a split with the red hot Astros.
Forty-one-year-old Glen Farrow was sentenced Monday for killing his 17-year-old son, Michael, in March 2017 during an argument over school
The Wichita City Council will give final approval to the ordinance at a later meeting
Police say the girl and her siblings apparently had been playing hide and seek Monday before her father found her
The hospital lost its federal Medicare certification more than a year ago after a patient was accused of raping a staff member in late 2015
The report claims Russia hacked at least one U.S. voting software supplier and more than 100 local election officials
Merrifield’s hit streak comes to a close in loss.
The man “is remembered as a kind and caring person, who helped others and always had something positive to say.”
Police say the shooting that left 5 dead is workplace violence, not a terrorist attack
The co-founder of a group called Salina Resistance says Kansans must take more action in the wake of President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords
Curry leads Warriors with triple double as Warriors cruise in second half.
Skoglund struggles in his second major league outing.
Royals Offense explodes for 13 hits in the win.
The 79-year-old former TV star could get 10 years in prison if convicted.
The man was the 17th person detained in connection with the May 22 attack that killed 22. Eleven remain in custody.
The woman struck a TSA agent who tried to take an oversized bottle of liquid. She was released without bond the same day
Durant goes for 38 points in game one of the finals.
Trump says he will begin negotiations to “re-enter either the Paris accord or an entirely new transaction.”
The policy prevents those making public comments at board meetings from speaking about specific district employees or students
21-year-old Logan Viquesney met the victim over the internet and traveled to four states with her
The 8-year-old Independence, Missouri boy died on May 23rd. Health officials are still working to confirm the virus caused his death
Royals fall despite leading 3-0. Tigers bullpen outlast Royals.
California Rep. Nancy Pelosi says pulling out of the agreement would be “a stunning abdication of American leadership and a grave threat to our planet’s future.”
The confusing tweet, which was deleted Wednesday morning, saw Twitter explode with satirical replies
Fort Riley’s “Devil Brigade” was organized in May 1917
The Kansas Foster Child Education Assistance Act enacted in 2006 waives tuition and fees at state universities, tech schools and community colleges for former foster children
Police say this is the 5th body found alongside walking trails in Kansas City
An autopsy found that Cameron Kirchner was not intoxicated when he drowned on February 18
Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela wrote in his Twitter account that “the death of Manuel A. Noriega closes a chapter in our history.”
Soria gives up lead late as Royals fall to Tigers.
Amman Reu-El changed his name from Phillip Cheatham Jr. while awaiting the retrial.
Authorities have said that Cameron Kirchner and a 17-year-old boy spilled into the lake the evening of Feb. 18 when the boat they were rowing overturned.
University president John Bardo said the project is moving faster than supporters envisioned when the campus was announced in August 2014.
Tomlin tosses a complete game to help the Indians avoid the sweep.
Yost and Hosmer get ejected but Royals comeback against Tribe
Moss and Moustakas use the long ball to key comeback.
The owner of Coil Springs Specialties was sentenced for tax evasion and obstruction to the IRS
President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser is under investigation for meetings with held in December with Russian officials
41-year-old Tamika Pledger has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter
Made up game will be September 25th.
A spokesperson for the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department says the person committed suicide
The Republican hopeful in Montana’s special election for the US House is accused of body slamming a reporter
Royals muster just four hits in loss to Yanks.
The law makes it a crime to “knowingly and unreasonably” cause or permit children to be situations in which the child is endangered, but doesn’t mention firearms.
Rep. Kevin Yoder, from Overland Park, weighs in on the massive budget cuts included in the president’s 10-year budget plan