Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed a veteran public defender in Salina to fill a soon-to-be vacant district court judgeship.
Sentencing for a 30-year-old Kansas man convicted of killing a patron at a Topeka bar in 2008 has been pushed back a second time.
The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office says a 14-year-old driver has been hospitalized after a police chase that ended in a crash.
Fencing and power tools were some of the items stolen from sheds.
State wildlife officials have confirmed that a mountain lion was seen in southeast Kansas last month.
Wichita police are searching for a man who they say struck his brother in the head with a hatchet.
Wait times may be decreasing for veterans, but new problems for the VA.
The Independent candidate for US Senate and his wife says what they didn’t expect in this race.
Harmer man and wife argue same-sex marriage will impact their relationship.
New schedule won’t be known until early next week.
He said he would consider a lawsuit to block the rule if necessary.
Kansas wildlife officials have confirmed that a big cat photographed by a deer hunter’s trail camera was a mountain lion.
Endorsing an effort to persuade Kansas voters to remove two justices from the state Supreme Court.
A preliminary report says a small plane that crashed in suburban Chicago was nearly vertical to the ground when it went down, killing three …
A $5 million challenge gift to Kansas State University’s College of Business Administration.
Brownback has portrayed Davis as a liberal and soft on criminal justice issues.
The EPA contends the rule clarifies which waters are shielded from development under federal law.
A survey finds that many Kansas contractors are having trouble filling skilled jobs in the construction industry.
Game 3 coverage begins Friday at 6:30 p.m. on Fox 43 KTMJ.
A court filing Wednesday indicates federal prosecutors have conceded the Supreme Court ruling applies retroactively to the Schneider case.
The judges are bound by the appeals court rulings.
It’s the second “green” addition to the district.
This event is completely free and open to the public.
Several Kansas teachers and teachers-in-training are featured in the documentary.
They haven’t released the identity of the officer.