The Kansas House has given final approval to a bill that would put some juvenile offenders in adult prisons.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is investigating the shooting of a central Kansas man by two sheriff’s deputies.
Brownback proposed $1.5 billion in pension bonds.
Jayhawk guard announces decision to enter NBA draft
No foul play is suspected.
Efforts involve helping to create healthier school environments.
The family of a girl who was fatally shocked in Salina has settled a lawsuit against two companies but their lawsuit against the city contin…
Six Kansas legislators are reviewing a complaint against a Democratic lawmaker over her remarks during a committee meeting.
Two companies that sell health insurance on the Kansas exchange say people who signed up last year tended to be older and sicker than they h…
A new highway expansion project leaves one family with few moving options.
After a Missouri teen goes missing due to an online relationship, how can parents keep their children safe from online predators?
Her criticism of a bill prompts a legislative disciplinary hearing.
Bills would move municipal election dates and do away with presidential primaries
Program intended to help those with low incomes get medical care before and after birth.
Legislators have until Friday to get the job done.
Jackson County dog owners are against the clock when it comes to getting certain breeds registered with officials.
A morning school bus accident raises questions about school bus safety overall, find out what local school officials have to say.
NTSB investigating crash of CH601XL “Kit” plane.
Hike would amount to an additional 55-cents per month.
A Kansas Senate committee has approved a bill that could shrink the state’s civil service system and lessen job protections for government e…
Individual income tax receipts up $8.7 million in March, overall receipts down $11.2 million .
Kansas counties would be allowed to expand liquor licenses under a bill being discussed by a state Senate panel.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday granted commutations of sentence to 22 individuals including one man from Junction City.
Agriculture Department estimates that Kansas farmers will plant corn on the same number of acres this season.
Critics see the move as risky.