Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says more new businesses were formed in Kansas in 2014 than at any point since 2003.
The work will move to a Hallmark production center in Lawrence.
Wichita State officials say the school will not appeal an NCAA ruling that it must vacate its baseball wins in the 2012 and 2013 seasons.
Is a former Kansas City, Missouri, police major.
Has agreed to forfeit her interest in the two hotels and funds derived from the crime.
State officials say temporarily executive order immigration block is a victory for Kansas.
An investigation into how northeast Kansas hospitals compare to the nation and statewide averages.
How snow fall impacts Public Works budget and the ‘cheapest’ snow.
Number comes with some asterisks
Should they be elected or appointed by the Governor?
Wichita man played Santa for preschool children.
Governor Brownback’s proposal to raise alcohol and tobacco taxes has some border town businesses concerned it could hurt their customer base…
Council begins process of annexing 10-acre parcel.
One lawmaker has been critical of voice votes for years and says Kansans should be too.
Kansas lawmakers have approved rules limiting a common practice used to rush legislation to passage.
The run’s competitors wear aprons and scarves and run the course with a pancake in their pan, flipping it at the beginning and end of the ra…
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says that a federal court ruling that blocks an executive order on immigration vindicates his efforts.
Both robberies occurred in April.
The murder trial of the leader of a Kansas commune that lived off the life insurance payouts from dead members is wrapping up this week.
A Gates Bar-B-Q restaurant near the Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City has burned to the ground.
Says he plans to restore nearly $5 million in state funding for the Truman Sports Complex and Bartle Hall in Kansas City.
Authorities say a 16-year-old girl was hospitalized after her car crashed on a snow-packed highway in northeastern Kansas.
Steve Forbes, chairman and editor in chief of Forbes Media, will give the first Landon Lecture of the year at Kansas State.
The shooting remains under investigation.
A University of Kansas associate professor has likened the Ferguson grand jury process to that of the KKK hearings of the late 19th century …