Is appearing in a new television ad for the three-term Republican incumbent.
Odds are better for a casino in southeast Kansas after a second developer expressed interest in the project.
A Kansas House candidate is facing criticism for a Facebook post that joked about black fathers.
To respond promptly to complaints of possible election fraud and voting rights violations in Kansas.
No charges have been reported.
The Kansas State Board of Education has identified four candidates for state education commissioner.
Wichita police have arrested two men who they say impersonated officers.
It’s unclear what caused the crash. Troopers say everyone involved had their seat belts on.
The EPA contends that its rule would give states flexibility by setting targets for reducing emissions by 2030.
Here’s a look at who else has won the honor.
Here’s how they’ve done over the years.
Kansas City falls 3-2 to San Francisco in Game 7
Retailer plans to open store right after Royals win in Game 7 to sell collectible T-Shirts.
The children are first- and second-graders at the elementary school in the Cowley County town of Dexter.
Officers have also recovered thousand dollars’ worth of items such as air compressors and expensive tools.
An attempt to highlight his commitment to supporting federal crop insurance programs and rural economic development.
Believed to be the oldest person ever charged with capital murder in Kansas.
Education officials want to make sure that testing process goes as smoothly as possible.
Unaffiliated voters account for 57 percent, or 12,822 people, whose registrations were put on hold.
The Kansas Republican Party plans to have a network of lawyers ready to watch voting on Election Day for potential legal problems.
Authorities in southern Kansas say a fire that broke out at a refinery has been extinguished.
Who knows what’s on deck Wednesday night when Giants visit the Royals in the 37th winner-take-all game in Series history?
Election Day is next Tuesday.
Would allow nonprofit, religious, veterans and other organizations to hold raffles as fundraisers.
The retrial of a Lawrence man convicted of killing his wife in 2004 is stalled while he seeks a new prosecutor.