The full House was expected to debate the measure Tuesday.
States including California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas and the District of Columbia recently have introduced legislation.
The Lawrence Police Department says the victim of Friday morning’s shooting is no longer hospitalized.
Concrete form falls on worker
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says one person has died from injuries in an ATV accident that occurred Saturday.
Would allow home-schooled students to participate in public school sports and activities.
Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex around 9 p.m. Saturday after a report of a disturbance.
Anti-abortion activists are pushing to ban a procedure used in about 8 percent of Kansas abortions.
The couple had sought to stall their scheduled Feb. 17 trial.
To more than three years in prison for a drunken-driving crash that killed his friend.
Governor Sam Brownback has proposed sweeping changes to the way we fund our schools, and many are concerned.
On gaining more control over revenue and spending on their lands.
Ridens was in vehicle when officer was shot and killed
Curbing gun violence in Kansas.
Rural communities fight back against domestic violence, and search for answers in Kansas.
Senate Democrats in Kansas say they plan to introduce a bill this week aimed at closing loopholes in open records laws.
Party not interested in the 2012 Republican presidential candidates.
Dr. James Colyer, DDS, passed away today at age 89, surrounded by his loving family.
During inclement weather, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office strongly discourages any non-essential travel.
Brownback’s new proposal would require that when revenues are growing year-to-year, part of the growth go first into a rainy-day fund.
The teens sustained serious injuries in Friday’s crash near a community center.
TPD encourages drivers to use extra caution and allow extra time should it be necessary to drive.
It offers students such tools as milling machines, a metal lathe and shear, a band saw, drill presses and rows of computers.
A Kansas Supreme Court ruling could change the way authorities investigate drunk drivers.
Two residents have been moved to temporary housing.