Alex Harb just opened his Meddys at 21st and Greenwich in the fall of 2016, but he likes his new downtown restaurant so much, he wants the east-side to look just like it. So he’s closing soon for a remodel.
Kansas State University had planned to close the John C. Pair Horticulture Center in Haysville, but industrial hemp research of cannabis plants with little THC may save the K-State College of Agriculture site.
Amazon’s home assistant Alexa made picks for this weekend’s NFL championship games, and Alexa apparently is not a fan of the New England Patriots. In fact, Alexa seems to be rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Heavy investments in coal and wind power, at a time when natural gas prices have fallen to historic lows, is much of what’s behind higher electric rates in Kansas compared with the rest of the Midwest.
Here is a list of the top places to eat in Wichita, KS according to Lynn Marshall, the wife of WSU Shockers’ head coach Gregg Marshall. She’s frequently spotted dining out near the university in Kansas.
Former Kansas Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder is joining a D.C. lobbying firm co-founded by former Vice President Dan Quayle’s son. Among its clients is T-Mobile, which is based in his district and is pursuing a merger with Sprint.
There are three new 105,000-square-foot buildings coming to Wichita. Greenville, S.C.-based Centennial American Properties is building three storage units that are going to look more like retail developments.