Kansas has so far escaped the brunt of the Avian Flu outbreak, but state officials are don’t know if we can stay that way.
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The company, whose production plants remain closed, said 750 full-time employees and 700 part-time workers are losing their jobs.
Money will be used for four new laboratories at the university’s engineering college.
Conviction reversed for man serving a life sentence for suffocating his former girlfriend and their baby.
A California woman has pleaded “no contest’ to the slayings of her biological sons’ adoptive parents in Kansas.
Officials said it was unlikely anyone survived the crash.
On the chopper were six Marines and two Nepalese army soldiers.
The Kansas House has rejected a bill to increase the state’s sales tax to close a projected shortfall.
The superintendent of a south-central Kansas school district has resigned so the district won’t have to pay his $81,000 salary.
The House was debating a bill Friday to increase the state’s sales tax to 6.85 percent from 6.15 percent while dropping the rate on food to …
Federal prosecutors say a Kansas man illegally obtained credit card rewards to collect more than $143,000.
A judge has ruled that a Kansas woman accused of stabbing her 10-year-old son to death is competent to stand trial.
Kansas prison officials have not said how a 28-year-old woman died at a Topeka prison two months ago.
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Three bodies have been recovered.
When you go downtown and see the old buildings, do you cringe at the ancient architecture? Or do you appreciate the history behind them?
A Kansas man has been held responsible for the intentional murder of another man more than a year ago.
Hundreds of tires piled up in a backyard in the Montara neighborhood has Shawnee County health officials questioning a homeowner.
A man is facing a sexual battery charge after forcing a woman to kiss him.
Nearly $2 million in grant funds are distributed each year from five different state programs through the office of the attorney general.
Dominique Coward, 22, was wanted for three counts of aggravated robbery.
Funds are used across Kansas in providing direct services to crime victims and developing prevention programs to address violence.
It would repeal a requirement for the state’s utilities as part of a deal with wind energy companies to avoid a new tax.
The Kansas Senate has rejected a measure to allow supermarkets and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer.