The Senate was debating tax issues again Tuesday.
Senate budget leaders have unveiled a plan to tackle the state’s looming budget shortfalls by cutting about $450 million from government age…
Ford will shorten the traditional summer shut-down at some of its plants for the third consecutive year to meet rising demand.
Died at a hospital shortly after he was held for eight days at the county jail.
Was a freshman at the university.
Kansas lawmakers are preparing to discuss new packages of tax increases aimed at closing a looming budget shortfall.
A man has been sentenced to 19 years in prison for the fatal stabbing of a Salina man after being convicted in a retrial.
A 43-year-old Kansas City man is facing at least 15 years in federal prison for recording inappropriate videos of two minor victims.
Parents in a northeast Kansas lawsuit who are challenging the state’s cap on how much money residents in a school district can raise through…
The Kansas Legislature’s session this year is closing in on a record for length.
To no one’s surprise, some Kansas areas reported near record amounts of rain for the month of May.
A girl who was reported missing from the Kansas foster care system in 2012 has died after a shooting.
The theme for today is a fun day of giving.
TSA ordered to revise procedures and retrain staff.
Overall crime is up slightly from 2014.
Bill intends to keep cities from “zoning” gun control laws
Body refuses to put legislation in human-trafficking bill.
Money would come from key health care companies who say they’ll pass cost along to consumers.
Grill explosion causes more than $100,000 worth of damage
Senators on both sides of the aisle are vetting bills that are designed to close the gap before the new budget takes effect on July 1.
The tragic death of a man at Tuttle Creek Reservoir on Sunday is a sad reminder that fun on the water can quickly turn catastrophic.
An abortion rights group is challenging Kansas’ first-in-the-nation ban on a commonly used procedure to end second-trimester pregnancies.
Measure now heads to Governor Brownback.
Several groups in Shawnee County and Topeka are working to find ways to help with an increasing number of inmates with a mental illness.
For her complaining that her daughter was being bullied at a diocesan school.