Storms overnight left significant damage throughout south central Kansas, leaving downed trees and damaged buildings and cutting off power t…
The Legislature plans to reconvene April 29 to wrap up its business for the year. It would be the 73rd day out of 90 scheduled.
The Kansas Senate has confirmed two of Gov. Sam Brownback’s major appointments.
The case is still under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office.
A Wichita man must serve at least three years in prison for his role in an Arkansas man’s death during a 2013 robbery at a rental house.
A Wichita man who struck and killed a landscape worker with his car will serve three years of probation.
USD 333 using six unused “snow days” to save school funding.
Governor sites new job statistics and education budget.
Bill increases insurance requirements for any driver and also require background checks through state agency
Legislature give final OK, critics call plan extremely risky
Two-year tuition freeze cheers students, takes Universities by surprise
Topeka school leaders tried to provide some answers during an assembly at Topeka West High School Thursday, but some students felt their foc…
Brownback said during a news conference Thursday that over time he would like to shift the state from income and property taxes to consumpti…
Bill aimed at protecting religious groups on state college campuses that bar gays and lesbians or otherwise limit membership based on their …
The appeals court ruled the stiffer sentence was within the judge’s discretion.
Gov. Sam Brownback signed a bill on Thursday allowing Kansas residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit.
Kansas was the first to see H5N2 in the Central Flyway, now followed by South Dakota.
A Wichita sports league says it plans to begin awarding varsity athletic letters to disabled students.
Police say the burglary occurred at the Top Shelf Vapors store on March 8, 2015.
Two school districts plan to end the school year early to save money.
Olathe police say an investigation into an officer-involved fatal shooting of a Gardner woman last month indicates she refused police orders…
Two Missouri residents have pleaded guilty in federal court to transporting a person across state lines for prostitution.
A new study finds a link between poverty and a decreased brain size.
Investigation panel meets on complaint against Democratic lawmaker Valdenia Winn.
Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall will remain with the Shockers after agreeing to a new deal.