It helps to enjoy golf, of course. But, in spite of the sport’s traducers, lots of people of all kinds do just that.
The people of Kansas need Medicaid expansion to increase access to care to mental health or substance use treatment.
Last week we learned that two local students have earned prestigious scholarships to pursue post-graduate degrees.
On April 6 more than 100 people watched Governor Laura Kelly sign a K-12 school finance bill that will increase school funding approximately $90 million in each of the next four years.
Some long-gone diseases are back, and the resurgence of measles in particular now poses a serious public health threat across the country.
One of my favorite quotes of all time has been attributed to an English reformer and martyr named John Bradford, who was executed in England in 1555 for his religious beliefs.
Every time gardening seasons starts, I think of the little boy at Santa’s Toy Shop who told me all he wanted for Christmas was food in his house.
Over the years, I have noticed a steady increase in anti-vaccine misinformation circulating on social media.
The Kansas Legislature’s Division of Post Audit has uncovered surprising news that potentially affects every resident.
Donald Trump’s purging of top leaders at the Department of Homeland Security illustrates just how extreme the president’s immigration policy has become.