Over 3,000 Kansans joined the worldwide protest and march for women's rights in Topeka.
Efforts to change the state law increase in the Kansas Legislature.
Rep. Roger Marshall addresses the dab, his position on the Agriculture Committee and his views on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
The Kansas GOP Convention was held in Manhattan on Friday and Saturday.
In a "K-State Family Call-In," the K-State Gender Collective and K-State Sexuality and Gender Alliance rallied on Bosco Student Plaza to support transgender and gender-nonconforming students.
Having faced obstacles in committee, Kansas Democrats and moderate Republicans look at amending firearm bills on the House floor.
Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, hosted a town hall on the K-State campus Saturday morning and faced many "red card" signs of disapproval.
Several K-State officials offered resources and support for undocumented students after President Donald Trump announced the end of a protective executive policy.
Q&A: Gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty discusses bipartisanship, Kansas economy, personal background
Gubernatorial candidate Joshua Svaty sat down to discuss promoting bipartisanship and improving the economy in the state of Kansas.
With the midterm elections fast approaching, Carolyn Dewitt, president and executive director of Rock the Vote, encouraged students to participate in politics.
United States Secretary of Agriculture visited K-State and joined a select student group to dive deeper into Landon Lecture topics.
SGA and the Manhattan City Commission came together to address policy regarding safe and affordable rental housing in joint town hall meeting.
Candidates running for local elected offices discussed the issues at a forum Sunday.
A current ob-gyn who has delivered 5,000 babies likes to "fix things" and is now seeking to make fixes in Washington, D.C.
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Three members of the College Republicans sat down with the Collegian to talk about the results of the election.
Students at Kansas State express their thoughts and feelings toward President Trump after the official transfer of presidential power.
The six-month-old Texas concealed campus carry law may offer a glimpse of Kansas’ new statute.
Bruce Weber's return, the suspension of the Wichita State SGA vice president, controlled burns and votes on the state's medicaid health care program made today's news briefs.
The time necessary to register to vote has dramatically decreased in Kansas.