At least three shooting victims are dead and nearly two dozen others are injured following shootings at up to five crime scenes in Hesston, …
A comment from Sanders insinuated Brownback ‘likes to beat up on the poor’ referring to recent changes to the state’s welfare requirements.
One man’s personal backyard church on Southwest 33rd Street has become the center of conflict between neighbors and the city.
Two individuals who were pronounced dead, and three to four other people injured. The alleged shooter in the incident reportedly is in criti…
The Kansas Jayhawks can clinch at least a share of the Big 12 title on Saturday afternoon with a win against Texas Tech.
A total of nine new charges have been added to those already filed against a North Newton couple who are accused of abusing three children t…
A group affiliated with Big Tobacco spent more than all other organizations lobbying the Kansas state government last year.
Wichita State University’s new Innovation Campus will include one feature that will probably appeal to students and employees alike: A food …
Brownback is criticizing a legislative effort to block his administration’s effort to lure the American Royal horse and livestock exhibition…
Gov. Sam Brownback says he’d vote for Donald Trump for president if the billionaire New York businessman wins the Republican nomination.
A 74-year-old south-central Kansas man has died about a week after he was caught in a structure fire.
The Kansas Senate has approved a measure that allows for so-called “prize-linked savings accounts.”
The Kansas Supreme Court has struck down a law that shielded some residents from property tax hikes.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is firing back at comments Democrat Bernie Sanders made during a rally in Kansas City Wednesday.
Among the 139 semifinalists for the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.
A former Wichita high school music teacher has pleaded guilty to attempted unlawful sexual relations with a student.
Woman who was running for public office when she was accused of hitting four high-schoolers with her car and killing one of them.
the Kansas Supreme Court’s first and only female Chief Justice