The disease has killed one person and left five people ill in the last month.
The two suspects, both 29, were arrested without incident at a home in Liberal.
Grover Norquist sends letter to legislators to reject hikes in “sin taxes”.
KSNT News spoke with Republican lawmakers Monday, and many say they’re not happy.
A study years from completion could eventually help a struggling community
A man wanted for theft is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Say they need more funding to investigate an unprecedented spike in earthquakes in the state.
The Lawrence Police Department and detectives are investigating a stabbing that occurred early Sunday morning.
Has asked a judge to toss out counterclaims accusing her of trying to extort $3 million.
To capture additional federal dollars promised by the federal health care overhaul.
The bridge spans the Kansas River on the north side of Willard.
A device, possibly an unmanned aerial drone, was found on the White House grounds during the middle of the night.
Authorities say Wichita State guard Conner Frankamp has been arrested on suspicion of DUI.
Was pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle’s driver was uninjured.
School officials attribute the increase to improved awareness of the crime.
Wichita officials say work to bypass a leak in a major water pipe at the city’s main water treatment plant is nearly complete.
The gang was practically wiped out in 1892 while trying to rob banks in Coffeyville.
The first arriving unit reported smoke showing from a one story, single family residence.
The Topeka district plans to hold a minority college fair next fall.
Seeks to slow down aggressive tax-cutting to close budget shortfalls.
The federal government provides funding for states who take over the responsibility.
The appeals deadline in the case comes next week.
Shawnee County democrat elected officials and candidates break down the issues affecting the Sunflower state at Sunday’s ‘Bean Feed’
Fundraiser planned for Monday at A.J’s Pizzeria in Topeka.
The 23-year-old has lived in Lawrence for six years, while receiving her undergraduate degrees and working on her law degree.