Either the workers deliberately lied to law enforcement investigating the death of Caleb Schwab on the Verruckt water slide in 2016, or they were forgetful after investigators took a year to quiz them about the incident.
Superintendent Mark Bedell is facing a challenge as he seeks to regain full accreditation for Kansas City Public Schools. Now, a delay in the release of test scores will make Bedell’s job even more difficult.
Kansas assistant coach Kurtis Townsend discussed financial requests from the family of recruit Zion Williamson during a phone call with one of the defendants in the Adidas college basketball corruption trial, according to a defense argument in court Tuesday.
Both Sen. Claire McCaskill and Republican Josh Hawley have gotten emotional about what they view as attacks on their families, as Hawley’s son and McCaskill’s husband have become part of the political debate.
Mizzou true freshman Jalen Knox has rapidly ascented to the top of the Tigers’ wide receiver depth chart after injuries to Emanuel Hall and Nate Brown have left Barry Odom and his program no other option.
For Kansas State football players, bye weeks don’t feel much different than game weeks. Some coaches prefer to take it easy on their players during bye weeks, but Bill Snyder thinks it is better to keep pushing.
South Plaza residents oppose a hotel planned on 50th Street between Main and Wyandotte. The City Plan Commission voted against the Home2 Suites and Tru by Hilton hotel, but it still could be approved by the City Council.
UMKC will play its Western Atheltic Conference games in Swinney Recreation Center on campus this season. The Kanagroos have hopped back and forth between Swinney and Municipal Auditorium over the past few years
Emails from an opioid maker under federal indictment for an alleged kickback scheme show Overland Park doctor Steven Simon was among prescribers that company executives held up as models to their sales force.
Former Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback loomed large in a Tuesday debate between the candidates for governor - Kris Kobach and Laura Kelly - in a debate in Wichita sponsored by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.