Republican leaders are already conceding that the Kansas Legislature won’t be able to stick to a traditional 90-day schedule for its annual …
The Kansas attorney general says the University of Kansas can’t ban handguns from areas on campus that contain combustible materials.
A Missouri man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he sexually attacked and suffocated his daughter, a high school honors student, at a m…
A Haskell Indian Nations University employee alleges in a lawsuit that she was demoted from her job as a student counselor after trying to h…
Authorities say two people have been arrested in the kidnapping and sexual assault of a Kansas sheriff’s deputy as she headed to work.
A corn disease that is new to the heartland is infecting Kansas crops.
Authorities say the abduction of a Kansas sheriff’s deputy as she headed to work apparently wasn’t a targeted attack.
The Kansas Attorney General says marijuana from Colorado is “permeating” every part of Kansas.
Listeria can cause serious, sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people and those with weakened immune systems.
The Topeka Police Department is adopting a new program to build stronger relationships between police officers and black youth.
Shawnee County Commissioners told the sheriff Monday morning they now want an update every two weeks on the situation at the emergency dispa…
A tax exemption enabling business owners to pay no state tax on business income is a boon to many Kansas lawmakers.
A Kansas man escaped injuries after his vehicle was hit by a train two miles northeast of Augusta in Butler County.
Authorities say a man suspected in the deadly shooting of a 55-year-old Wichita woman broke into her apartment.
The Sedgwick County Election Office said it did not mean any harm when it released two promotional videos this week featuring a clown.
A federal judge says a widow can proceed with a $5 million lawsuit accusing Wichita police of wrongdoing when they shot and wounded her husb…
KSNT New’ Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty was at Washington University in St. Louis and reports his thoughts on the debate.
Weather officials say early information shows that more than a half-dozen tornadoes touched down in Kansas last week.