The Senate’s vote Wednesday was 26-14.
Kansas lawmakers are expecting a long day of debating bills on topics that include changing local elections because a key deadline is loomin…
A bill to prohibit candidates from withdrawing from an election unless they die received first-round approval in the Kansas House.
Has spawned strong rural backlash and nagging fears that pieces of it will pop up in legislation to close a state budget shortfall.
Commissioners vote to lower weight limit to 9 tons
Department of Agriculture report shows a decrease of 32% in income for the upcoming year.
Second time this year the County has lowered the bridges weight restrictions.
A bill that would heavily restrict sexually oriented businesses did not advance as Kansas lawmakers face key deadlines.
First round approval, see the changes moving forward as to who can carry a concealed gun in the state.
The Medicaid program in Kansas would gain more control over costly mental health prescriptions under a bill facing a final vote in the state…
KSU told to revise its policies to avoid a repeat.
The measure, which passed 119-35, now goes to the Senate for consideration.
Budget cut impacts more then 10,000 Pre-K children
Despite action on some specific bills, very little legislation has made it through both chambers yet this year; including the budget and edu…
The Topeka Zoo announced Wednesday aftertoon the passing of Peek, one of the zoos American Black Bears.
The measure goes next to the House.
A Kansas City-area man has been ordered to spend roughly six years in federal prison for trying to kill a police informant.
Wichita police say homicides in the south-central Missouri city rose by 50 percent in 2014 while the local overall crime rate fell nearly 3 …
Brownback says he brings strong experience at the state and federal level that will serve Kansans well.
A bill that would allow people to carry concealed guns without requiring them to get a state permit or take training classes.
Federal authorities are allowing Kansas State University-Salina to fly unmanned aircraft across the state under several restrictions.
After work began on $3 million worth safety improvements.
A Kansas House committee has rejected a bill that would give retired teachers and government workers small increases in their pension benefi…
Following Monday’s basketball game in Bramlage Coliseum.
A Manhattan and Topeka educator are on a statewide list calling them “Master Teachers.”