Total cost of the projects is about $31million.
Fires scorched more than 184,000 acres in 2014
House approves school block grant funding bill.
A southern Kansas man has been sentenced to 10 years and eight months in prison for the 2012 death of his girlfriend’s 18-month-old daughter…
Authorities say two people are dead and two others are hurt after a Sedgwick County crash.
It turns out Neanderthals were smarter than originally thought.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture is joining with farm groups to focus public attention on the state’s role in feeding a growing global p…
Authorities say two men who escaped from a southern Oklahoma correctional center have been arrested in Kansas.
A Lawrence woman has been sentenced to two years in prison for embezzlement and ordered to pay $837,000 in restitution to her former employe…
Kansas City police are investigating a shooting that left one person fatally wounded.
Brownback is urging Kansas House members to support a plan from top GOP lawmakers to overhaul how the state distributes aid to public school…
Farmer loses $2,000 after cow is killed and butchered.
Kansans explore possibility of recall campaign.
The effort to challenge the city’s STAR bonds is denied by the state court of appeals.
Bill would require photo ID, and lower lifetime limit on cash assistance to cut down on fraud.
So far no objections to a bill “tweaking” state’s gaming regulations.
Measure is reaction to a 2010 US Supreme Court ruling.
Farmers and companies says bill would remove incentives.
More than 100 angry Kansans stormed the Statehouse Wednesday, upset that lawmakers aren’t listening to their concerns.
Research spending at the University of Kansas has seen its strongest four-year span ever, but the overall outlook is not good.
If convicted, they face a maximum penalty of life in federal prison without parole.
A full Senate voted Wednesday 31 to 9 confirming Kathryn Gardner to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
A Kansas House committee has approved a proposed ban on a procedure described by abortion opponents as dismembering a fetus.
Negotiations on wages and benefits with Kansas public employees would be drastically narrowed under a bill considered by a state Senate pane…
More than half of Kansans who signed up for the federally run insurance exchange this year are new enrollees.