Joyce Ann Spencer, 59, pled “no contest” in July in Sedgwick County District Court to one count of making a false claim to the Medicaid prog…
Kobach is pushing a rule that would allow him to throw out any incomplete voter registration forms, most of which lack proof-of-citizenship …
City plans family fun night for Hi-Crest
Police say the men were crossing a street while walking a dog Friday morning when they were hit by the truck.
Some school districts are questioning the state’s need for additional information about “efficiency.”
The loss of $370,000 annually in money that Planned Parenthood facilities had been receiving means low-income patients are finding it harder…
The Missouri white supremacist has challenged the patriotism of would-be jurors and quizzed them about their views on the government and med…
The plan is in response to the increased threat from homegrown extremists and the recent shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Hundreds of photos displaced by the April 2014 tornado is turning the remaining photos over to a Baxter Springs museum.
A judge has ruled that a 43-year-old inmate at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility will stand trial for an attack on a corrections officer.
Application forms for the 2015 Tax Amnesty Program are now available online.
Resigned Friday amid a backlash over comments he made about rebranding the state party’s message
School superintendents seeking supplemental state funding are responding to lawmaker’s request to outline how they’re saving money.
Gov. Sam Brownback has named a Leawood businessman as the state’s secretary of commerce.
A man wanted for the July death of a 10-month-old Owasso girl has been arrested in Kansas.
Kansas health officials say 11 lakes in the state are under warnings because of toxic algae blooms.
Kansas City police have called off a search of a backyard after receiving a tip about a woman missing since 1993.
Police are looking for a man in connection to the stabbing.
Was also arrested on two drug-related offenses.
Lawyers representing a Kansas man accused of killing three adults and a child have asked the judge to move the trial.
The agreement adjusts base salary for all employees.
A follow-up to a story we first reported last spring on the Washburn University campus.
The Hi-Crest neighborhood made it through a violent July and now the residents are looking toward the future.
Department posts results of three week crackdown in troubled neighborhood
Commissioner Shelly Buhler briefed the other commissioners on her visit with the US Transportation Secretary.