A former Mercury reporter has won a Pulitzer Prize in audio reporting for his work on an NPR series examining American conservatives, gun rights and social media.
Riley County Commission chairman John Ford is curious whether new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance will encourage people to get vaccinated.
City officials believe a conservative podcaster’s spread of an unlikely coronavirus theory led to people flooding a commission livestream Tuesday with nearly 2,000 comments questioning the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility’s presence in Manhattan.
Kansas State University will host counseling sessions and a vigil later this week in anticipation of a verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial.
As Sgt. Madison Dowdy finished administering a COVID-19 vaccine to a woman at the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s community vaccination center in Dallas, the woman broke down in tears, relieved.
Kansas Republicans continue to express their opposition to a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill as it passes through Congress along party lines.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas, on Wednesday introduced a bill to give college athletes greater ability to profit off their names, images and likenesses.
Federal officials earlier this week released a K-State doctoral student who’d been arrested in connection with last month’s U.S. Capitol riot.
While both of Kansas’ U.S. senators voted to acquit former President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial Saturday, they gave different reasons for doing so.
FBI agents on Friday arrested a K-State graduate teaching assistant in connection with the violent siege of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Pat Roberts, who left the U.S. Senate only a few days before it was overrun by an insurrectionist mob, says he doesn’t believe President Donald Trump should be removed from office.
Washington, Oregon, more than two dozen Native American and Alaska Native tribes and cultural groups from the Northwest are suing the federal government to stop the sale of the National Archives building in Seattle, a plan that would force the relocation of millions of invaluable historical …
U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, for the first time recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the next leader of the country Thursday afternoon. He also urged a peaceful transition of power from President Donald Trump.
Representatives of the Indian government and protesting farmers failed again Monday to reach agreement on the farmers’ demand that new agricultural reform laws be repealed.
Even though he condemned the violent riots on Capitol Hill on Wednesday a few hours earlier, U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, rejected the Electoral College results in Arizona and Pennsylvania, saying it was a decision “from my heart.”
U.S. senators Jerry Moran and Roger Marshall and others condemned the acts of rioting on Capitol Hill as Congress met Wednesday to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
U.S. Senator-elect Roger Marshall plans to vote against the Electoral College results, continuing his alignment with President Donald Trump’s belief that President-elect Joe Biden’s victory happened because of voter fraud.
After Sarah Little watched her former boss of 20 years, Sen. Pat Roberts, deliver his farewell speech on the Senate floor Dec. 10 after 40 years in Congress, she left a voicemail to express her appreciation.
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Miguel Cardona, Connecticut’s education chief and a lifelong champion of public schools, to serve as education secretary.
A coronavirus relief package worth $900 billion could pass in the U.S. Senate as early as Friday evening, according to a staff member for Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump carried Harvey County, in south central Kansas, by 20 points. That was no surprise to dairy farmer Jason Schmidt, who voted for President-elect Joe Biden.
In his final speech on the Senate floor, U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., urged his colleagues to “once again become a body of respect, humility, cooperation, achievement and friendship.”
As President Donald Trump continues to allege voter fraud, two members of Kansas’ Congressional delegation have donated to funds intended to fight the results of the 2020 election.
Just as President Donald Trump was cleared to return home after being hospitalized for the coronavirus, U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall said Monday in Manhattan that the president had been treated with a “miracle” drug, which is an experimental antibody treatment, and was optimistic that a vaccine …
A crowd gathered in Washington, D.C. Thursday evening to honor and dedicate a long-awaited memorial to America’s 34th president, Dwight D. Eisenhower, an Abilene native who also served as supreme commander of Allied Forces during World War II.
As a doctor who is navigating the coronavirus pandemic as an elected official, state Sen. Barbara Bollier, D-Mission Hills, said helping people gain access to healthcare and supporting struggling rural hospitals is more important than ever.
Fort Riley soldiers this week were among the troops activated to be on standby in Minnesota during protests following the death of George Floyd by police.
Tracey Mann said voters should choose him to represent the Kansas 1st Congressional District race because he’s the “most conservative candidate in the race.”
A federal judge on Tuesday denied an emergency bail hearing for an Ohio teen accused of fabricating a hostage situation at a Manhattan elementary school and planning to bomb an Ohio high school.
The Pawnee Mental Health Crisis Stabilization Center has changed the landscape for emergency rooms, law enforcement and those who need help with its 24-hour access for 10 counties it serves since its fall opening.
The time to contain the spread of the coronavirus is now, U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall said, urging Americans to stay home if they are sick and decrease in-person social contact.
As the U.S. military begins pulling troops from Afghanistan because of a recent peace agreement with the Taliban, 1st Infantry Division officials at Fort Riley said Tuesday they have not received orders modifying the deployment schedule of its soldiers.
An Ohio teen accused of fabricating a hostage threat at a Manhattan elementary school likely targeted it because of his connection to an online friend who lives in the area.
Local health departments and institutions are on alert with a possible case of the deadly coronavirus under investigation.
The reprieve of execution for a former Manhattan man, who has been on Florida’s death row for more than 30 years, expired Monday.
The U.S. Senate this month moved forward with a bill that, if passed, will guide operations at the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, a federal animal disease lab under construction in Manhattan.
Ascension Via Christi and Google are working to create a digital portfolio to store patients’ information, which they said would revolutionize quality of care, but the initiative has received backlash.
Taking care of people with pre-existing conditions is a focal point for U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall as he leads a Republican Study Committee task force that issued its own health care plan.
Despite recent calls for impeachment of Donald Trump from various politicians, U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall pledges to stand by the president.