Kansas crime victims and a host of other advocates and public officials are rallying for victims' rights as part of a national awareness effort.
Kansas is honoring two Topeka officers who were killed on duty last year by adding their names to the Law Enforcement Memorial on the Statehouse grounds.
A Kansas official says the state expects to have results early next month from DNA testing done on remains from two men executed for the 1959 slayings that inspired Truman Capote's classic book, "In Cold Blood."
Salina Mayor Barb Shirley has joined a national group of mayors who support gay marriage.
Kansas agriculture officials say a new law taking effect in July will help a growing number of farmers' markets across the state.
The number of people working for Kansas state government increased last year but most of the growth was in temporary jobs with no benefits.
Forget the old "Simply Kansas" brand. State officials are about to launch a new trademark program dubbed "From the Land of Kansas."
An exhibit featuring some of the most important papers in U.S. history is on display through May 3 at the Eisenhower Presidential Museum.
The National Park Service is offering free bus tours of Topeka sites tied to the Bleeding Kansas era and the civil rights movement.
The retired Dallas homicide detective who was handcuffed to Lee Harvey Oswald when the suspected assassin of President John F. Kennedy was killed is coming to Washburn University.