'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Westboro Baptist Church members are picking up their picket signs and heading to four Kansas college graduation ceremonies.
President Obama, who will travel to Boston to speak at a service for victims of Monday's bombing, on Tuesday called the deadly attack a "heinous and cowardly act" of terrorism.
Ken Zacher was a white 31-year-old high school basketball coach from an almost all-white town in rural Oklahoma, and there he stood on a stage before thousands at the 1972 national NAACP convention in Detroit.
Imagine Tea Party extremists seizing control of a South Carolina town and the Army being sent in to crush the rebellion. This farcical vision is now part of the discussion in professional military circles.
During his nine seasons at Missouri State, Barry Hinson had his way with Southern Illinois.
In the Jurassic era, even the flea was a beast, compared to its minuscule modern descendants. These pesky bloodsuckers were nearly an inch long.
Officials have banned an artist from publicly slaughtering chickens in eastern Kansas, saying the proposed art installation would amount to animal cruelty.
The University of Kansas is buying up website names such as http://www.KUgirls.xxx and http://www.KUnurses.xxx. But not because it's planning a Hot Babes of Kansas site or an X-rated gallery of the Nude Girls of the Land of Aaahs.
Cary Williams was a little-known cornerback fighting for a roster spot when training camp started.
Looking for a fresh place to collect stock tips? A University of Kansas research team suggests looking at data from online search engines.
Neil Dougherty, who coached the TCU basketball team for six seasons, has died. He was 50.
Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace ended Josh Selby's slide in the NBA draft. Now he's putting all the pressure of sticking around on the young guard's shoulders.
Works of art or of literature which are experimental for the very purpose of being experimental are a phenomenon that has been with us for so long that what should at least be fresh has, ironically, become some of the stalest, most predictable stuff around.
It's been nearly 119 years since James Naismith wrote down 13 rules for a new game he devised as a way to give youths at a Springfield, Mass., YMCA an athletic activity to keep them busy in the winter.
The University of Kansas fight song will be revised this fall to account for longtime border rival Nebraska's move to the Big Ten next year and Colorado's upcoming departure for the Pac-10.