Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is firing back at comments Democrat Bernie Sanders made during a rally in Kansas City Wednesday.
Among the 139 semifinalists for the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.
A former Wichita high school music teacher has pleaded guilty to attempted unlawful sexual relations with a student.
Woman who was running for public office when she was accused of hitting four high-schoolers with her car and killing one of them.
the Kansas Supreme Court’s first and only female Chief Justice
A Delphos man has pleaded no contest to five felony counts in connection to the robbery and sexual assault of a convenience store employee a…
The Kansas Department of Transportation says Merrill Eisenhower Atwater of Basehor will become part of the agency’s staff in his new job.
The Royals World Series trophy was on display at Washburn on Wednesday night.
The Wichita State Shockers beat Loyola-Chicago on Wednesday night in Missouri Valley Conference play.
The Emporia State women’s basketball team beat Northwest Missouri State, but the men’s team lost in the final seconds to the Bearcats.
Both the Washburn men’s and women’s basketball teams lost at Missouri Western on Wednesday night.
The Kansas State women’s basketball team went on the road and beat Iowa State by 15 on Wednesday night.
A pickup truck driven by 80-year-old James Hunter of Council Bluffs, Iowa was southbound on US-75 when a westbound SUV pulled into the path …
The complaint that six states filed takes issue with the Health Insurance Providers Fee assessed to health insurers to cover federal subsidi…
KDHE denied her request to list her gender as female, but Transgender Law Center says the agency used to make that type of change before Bro…
The National Agricultural Statistics Service said Wednesday that its estimate for the state is down less than 1 percent from 2014.
Unlike their public counterparts, private colleges and universities will not be required to allow concealed carry on campus in 2017; but, th…
The complaint said Brownback’s 2014 re-election campaign of violated state law by using its funds to pay five law firms more than $167,000.