Brownback made the announcement Friday morning during a news conference at the Statehouse.
Some of the money to pay for local programs comes from organized Labor – by way of United Way.
This event allows us to shine the spotlight on our Featured Artists, showing that kids can overcome challenges and be very successful.
The Governor interviewed all three candidates and will announce his selection Friday at 11 a.m
This is an emergency closure due to a ruptured gas main caused by boring.
Cordish Companies, which owns the Power & Light District, sued the Dickens Law firm after its sued Cordish, alleging the company employed pe…
The Legislature’s nonpartisan research staff is projecting that the state will face a $238 million budget shortfall by July 2016.
The change will affect about 1,700 retirees who are older than 65 and qualify for Medicare.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) – The Sedgwick County district attorney says reports of mail theft are increasing in Wichita. Marc Bennett said Thursday …
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas officials are awaiting word on whether the state’s tax collections in August met expectations. The state Departme…
Investigators are looking into why woman jumped out of a moving vehicle in Holton.
LYNDON, Kan. (AP) – A northeast Kansas sheriff’s office is investigating the death of a baby who stopped breathing at a day care facility. O…
TOPEKA (KSNT) – Manhattan’s city park was filled with music and laughter tonight and a whole lot of purple! With football season literally a…
Residents of one Topeka neighborhood have more questions than answers over a proposal to move a Walgreen’s Pharmacy store from one side of a…
Appointments confirmed by State Senate Committee
Kicks off Labor Day enforcement effort.
Vietnam Veterans and family members remember the lives that was lost at the traveling Vietnam wall.
Kansas State University has announced that a health and wellness course will be its first “massive open online course.”
The owner of a Topeka jewelry store appeared in federal court Thursday on charges of knowingly buying stolen jewelry that he melted and sold…
The well-known Oklahoma Joe’s Bar-B-Que restaurant is changing its name to reflect that it has no ties to Oklahoma.
The Kansas State Board of Education must approve the coalition’s recommendations.
The subjects were caught on video surveillance cameras inside an east Topeka gas station.
A group of residents in Hiawatha are trying to bring a movie theater back to the northeast Kansas town.
Season-ticket holders became known as “season-ticket members.”
The Hutchinson Housing Commission has recommended the city council allow a two-year-old housing incentive program to expire.