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Kansas is a Midwestern state in the central region of the United States of America, an area often referred to as the American "Heartland". It is named after the Kansas River which flows through it, from the French "Cansez", by explorer √Čtienne de Veniard, Sieur de Bourgmont, and after the Kansa tribe, who inhabited the area. Today, Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states, producing many crops, and leading the nation in wheat and sunflower production.


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Weather officials in Kansas are worried that the state's lack of tornados last year will make citizens complacent going into tornado season this spring.


There's been no decision by the NCAA regarding Cliff Alexander's eligibility issue.


Given his recent tear, Kansas University junior Perry Ellis had to be an easy pick for this weeks Big 12 Player of the Week honors.


A Kansas Senate committee is having a hearing this week on Gov. Sam Brownback's appointment of a new judge to the state Court of Appeals.


Parents have increasingly pressured doctors to delay vaccines for young children, making their kids and others vulnerable to preventable diseases, a study suggests. The findings are in a national sur...


Things will start out just a little warmer, but not much, this week than last. Look for lots of cloud cover with a high of 40 this afternoon and overnight low near freezing. The evening could bring on...


Those who support the tradition and harmless fun of storming the court need to read this. In 2003, high school basketball player Joe Kay in Tucson was dropped by his fans and classmates when they swar...


A bill that would move local city and school board elections to November in odd-numbered years narrowly passed the Kansas Senate on Thursday. The bill now goes to the House, which we hope will careful...


The Supreme Court frequently ponders arcane matters. This week, however, in oral arguments concerning two cases, the justices task will be to teach remedial reading to Congress and to Arizona.


"Mr. Corder has offered a reward of fifty dollars for the arrest and conviction of the parties concerned."


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