An update to a story KSNT News first told you last week.
Minority Leader Anthony Hensley said the debate should be postponed in response to the Kansas Supreme Court ruling about public schools.
While job openings are popping up across Kansas, some businesses are having trouble finding qualified workers to fill the spots.
Senators rejected an amendment to gun legislation that would have extended prohibition of conceal-carry on Kansas campuses until 2021.
A decision is in. The Kansas Supreme Court says temporary block grant funding is not equitable to all public schools, and therefore unconsti…
Lawmakers say the Kansas AG has been asked to analyze state agreements on plans to implode Docking and build a new energy plant.
The university has confirmed that both of the infected students life off-campus.
The Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham is coming to the capital of Kansas.
He was a successful scientist who received his doctorate from Princeton, but a man who helped develop the atomic bomb remembered the school …
Corey Jeffery has said he intended to kill the officer so he could be moved out of Kansas to solitary confinement in another state.
The House has approved a bill that would erase a shortfall in the state budget, and the Senate is preparing to debate its own plan.
More than 30 groups are asking a federal elections official to withdraw changes that require Kansans to provide proof of citizenship to regi…
Kansas State football’s Cody Whitehair and Glenn Gronkowski have been invited to the NFL Combine.
The capital murder trial of a man accused of killing a child and three adults in eastern Kansas has been delayed again.
Here is reaction to the Kansas Supreme Court’s ruling Thursday that a law enacted last year as a temporary education funding fix hurts poor …
An 80-year-old man who admitted running a sprawling multistate marijuana-dealing operation faces sentencing in federal court in Massachusett…
Kansas Supreme Court tosses stopgap law for funding public schools, calls it unconstitutional.
Courts have already blocked similar laws that Kansas and Oklahoma enacted in 2015.