The Kansas Department of Labor said unemployment sat at 6.8 percent in July.
High oil prices are luring more and more producers into Kansas in search of drilling opportunities.
A Kansas City air show has abruptly ended after a fiery crash that killed a stunt pilot.
One Lawrence artist is lending his talents to help the city of Oak Lawn, IL remember those who lost their lives.
Employees of the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Service call center in Topeka were sent home after storm damaged the building.
A new report shows the Kansas unemployment rate dropped slightly in July, but state officials offered a mixed assessment of the economy.
New signs are lit Thursday night at the Santa Fe Depot.
A Free State High School senior wants her picture featured in a national ad campaign, but needs your help.
The National Weather Service has also issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Douglas County until 2 a.m.
A new list of the most notable figures from Kansas includes a U.S. vice president, a U.S. senator, an American Indian leader, a famed psychiatrist and a minister who coined the phrase, "What Would Jesus Do?"