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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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You can finally put a bookmark on your calendar: The new and expanded Lawrence Public Library will open July 26. By Chad Lawhorn

 

More than 80 distinguished professors at Kansas University, Kansas State University and others in the state have signed a letter endorsing the proposal by a Kansas Board of Regents work group reviewin...

 

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger and senior citizen and health care groups on Tuesday urged Gov. Sam Brownback to veto a bill that they said could jeopardize health care to hundreds of thou...

 

After a complaint against a student election coalition led to its disqualification, the coalition filed appeals through judicial boards at the university. Now the results of the student elections are ...

 

The Lawrence Journal-World was honored as one of the top newspapers in the state Saturday at the Kansas Press Association's 2014 Awards of Excellence ceremony in Manhattan.

 

"Shakespeare the Recycler" at the Hall Center, "Wichita" at Liberty Hall, John Cale at the Lawrence Arts Center, and Mates of State at The Granada.

 

It was not just new faces in helmets and shoulder pads who made their presence felt during the Kansas University football teams recently completed spring session. By Matt Tait

 

Kansas Universitys Bill Self on Monday received the Wayman Tisdale Humanitarian Award at the Devon Energy College Basketball Awards in Oklahoma City. By Gary Bedore

 

Members of the Kansas Board of Regents this week will have their first discussion on proposed changes to their controversial social media policy. By Scott Rothschild

 

Skin care experts in Lawrence say the way you treat your body will show in your outward appearance, so they advise eating a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables, drinking lots of water and not consumin...

 
 

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A preliminary plan calls for a two-mile stretch of I-235 to be closed for the weekend of April 25-27 so construction can continue on two flyover bridges.Scheduled work must be completed before that ti...

 

The message didn’t change Monday afternoon at CityArts: Wichitans want the city to grow, fueled by a stable water source and new jobs.City planners are rolling out the specifics for Wichita&a...

 

Some parents with children at an east Wichita elementary school asked school board members Monday to stop the proposed transfer of two teachers from the school, saying the teachers are integral and sh...

 

A cold front that marched through the Wichita area Sunday afternoon brought with it hail the size of pingpong balls and 60 mph winds.It also brought cooler temperatures, dropping from 82 degrees at 1 ...

 

Monday night had the potential to set record lows in Kansas, with Wichita’s forecast of 26 degrees just 1 degree shy of the record low temperature for this date: 25, which happened in 1928....

 

City Hall will get a $1.4 million break next year on its annual contributions to two major city employee retirement programs.The city’s contribution rates for the Wichita Employees Retireme...

 

The most interesting part of Gov. Sam Brownback’s appearance at Wichita State University on Monday was the one thing he didn’t praise.He had plenty of praise for increased money ...

 

Veronica Kellogg started the Kansas chapter of the Medals4Mettle as a way to pay it forward.“I want to help those who have been through life struggles and overcome major challenges,”...

 

Long ago, it was nicknamed the “Morrison Monster.”It was big, bulky, weighed several hundred pounds and symbolized one of Nathan Morrison’s greatest achievements &...

 

A committee studying court funding last year said that unless the Kansas Legislature comes up with more money, court employees could face 10 days of unpaid furlough in the upcoming year as the state&a...

 
 

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