Posted: 1:57 PM Chief Justice John Roberts swore in Barack Obama as president of the United States this afternoon, but not without a stumble.
Posted: 1:51 PM Law enforcement officials say the inauguration parade route is approaching capacity but most checkpoints remain open.
Posted: 11:59 AM Kansas legislators were still handling some normal business even as President Barack Obama took office.
Posted: 11:35 AM With a crowd as big as the one on Washington's National Mall, it's inevitable that health problems have become an issue and medical personnel have been challenged already.
Updated: 11:56 AM A Senate committee struggles with finishing a plan to eliminate a projected $186 million deficit in the state's current budget.
Posted: 9:15 AM Continuing a White House ritual, President George W. Bush is leaving a note in the Oval Office for President-elect Barack Obama, wishing him well as he takes the reins of the executive branch.
Posted: 2:42 PM Vice President-elect Joe Biden spent part of his day of service hanging dry wall at a Habitat for Humanity home in Northeast Washington.
Posted: 2:23 PM Anti-war protesters were throwing shoes outside the gates of the White House on President George W. Bush's last day in office.
Posted: 12:54 PM President George W. Bush has commuted the prison sentences of two former Border Patrol guards whose convictions for shooting a Mexican drug dealer ignited debate about illegal immigration.
Posted: 8:20 AM President-elect Barack Obama has gone out of his way to consult Congress on his economic stimulus package, a strategy that's aimed at building a solid relationship with lawmakers.
Updated: 9:30 AM Many of us know about President-elect Obama's ties to Butler County, but he also has extensive ties to Wichita.
Updated: 10:35 AM A former K-State graduate and Kansas newspaper photographer is the new presiden'ts personal photographer.
Posted: 2:37 PM The Senate Judiciary Committee is going to rework a bill that would protect consumers from unscrupulous telemarketers.
Posted: 2:19 PM State and federal prosecutors could carry a concealed weapon under legislation that gives them more latitude than Kansas' concealed weapons law.
Posted: 1:41 PM Ted Kaufman now holds the Delaware Senate seat that Joe Biden gave up to become vice president.