A proposed bill to limit teachers collective bargaining is raising eyebrows and the anger of teachers.
Brief will respond to City’s demand for $23.5 million dollar bond.
Westar Energy’s announcement Tuesday comes with legislators preparing to debate repealing the requirement.
Kansas officials say record cattle prices have led to an increase in cattle theft reports.
Charged with capital murder in the April 13 attacks outside a Jewish community center.
A jury decided late Tuesday morning to sentence a Topeka man to life in prison in the rape and murder of an 8-year old girl.
Wichita State University will receive an $11.5 million donation from Koch Industries and the Fred and Mary Koch Foundation.
Considered a proposal that would ban teachers from most collective bargaining.
A Kansas bitcoin company that was shut down after being sued by the federal government will be allowed to reopen.
Authorities in southern Kansas have charged a man with murder in the death of another man.
A 23-year-old woman has been thrown from the bed of a pickup truck after leaving a Kansas City Chiefs football game.
Officers are investigating after a woman’s body was found behind a convenience store in a small south-central Kansas town.
The $2.1 million station that opened Monday is a public/private partnership with Clean Energy.
Arkansas City police are investigating a Grinch-like crime in Arkansas City
Sentencing is set for April 13.
A 9-year-old girl in the house was taken into protective custody.
Veterans groups outraged over delay
There are 37 registered criminal offenders in Kansas college campuses.
Brief argues delaying purchase could cost taxpayers $23.5 million.
City begins considering bid Tuesday night.
To intervene in Missouri and Kansas over highly public issues like same-sex marriage, privacy and police policy.
Racing company says delays in buying the track will put it out of business.
On suspicion that she killed her 10-year-old son.
The state of Kansas is creating a new investigative unit to combat an increase in cattle theft.
Sheriff’s department says the handgun was loaded, unclear how the First grader got the weapon.