Chef Daniel Orr shares a Pizza recipe perfect for Fall, and Young Farmers unite to raise concerns for the new Farm Bill.
One rural Kansas community gets creative after the closing of its only grocery store.
Landowners and environmental groups wanted Keystone XL out of the Nebraska Sandhills, a region with sandy soil that is quick to erode and hard to restore.
Suicide rates are higher in rural areas than in urban due at least in part to isolation. Neighbor to Neighbor was founded to connect women in small town Kansas.
Farmers sign multi-million dollar deals to do business with big corporations. It requires a major investment from farmers, who hope the investment will pay off.
The business of helping people prepare to survive the next big calamity has changed substantially in the age of President Donald Trump.
Beekeepers George Hegeman and Mike Bennett give us firsthand experiences with their hives. Then, preheat your oven to 400 degrees for two baked eggs recipes.
The largest of the fires spread from the Oklahoma Panhandle into southwest Kansas, and has consumed more than 800,000 acres of prime grassland.
Despite Kansas’s place as a prime farm state, just a tiny fraction of the produce consumed there is produced locally. That represents opportunity for farmers.
We meet 17-year-old Diego, one of the 20,000 unaccompanied minors from Central America who made the journey through Mexico to the U.S. border last year.
Because the growing season doesn’t coincide with the school year, the question of how to most effectively use school gardens is often a concern.
The meat was recalled after testing positive for E. coli.
Two big snowstorms produced some very broad smiles in farm country because in a place as dry as Kansas has been lately, a blizzard can be a blessing.
'Tis the season for canning. We look into the history of pickling MVP -- the Ball jar. And, Chef Daniel Orr says deep-frying isn't the only way to enjoy okra.
Kansas departments Commerce and Agriculture have been touting the state at dairy conventions, press conferences, and on their websites.
An unlikely coalition of farmers, businesses, social advocates is pushing for a law in Kansas that would create a work program benefiting illegal immigrants.