Here is a look at significant developments Monday:
Shoppers could soon have a harder time finding out where some of their red meat comes from.
With concern that fracking in Texas and Oklahoma may cause earthquakes in Kansas – take note.
Parents need to remind their kids to stay away from flooded and raising water.
Districts given extra cash at a time when many districts face cuts.
Bill would transfer the Kansas Bioscience Authority’s functions to the state Department of Commerce.
He said drafting a tax plan is difficult because in involves discussions among many lawmakers about many options.
Two major roads are being closed for the entire summer.
The state is still more than $400-million short on revenue and lawmakers are now working overtime to agree on a solution.
Wichita police say a 41-year-old woman was killed when she was hit by a vehicle during a party at a home in south Wichita.
A Missouri judge has found 19-year-old Kansas City man guilty of stabbing his grandmother to death a day after she celebrated her 70th birth…
Lawsuit by former Boeing workers over retirement plan benefits after the sale of the company’s Wichita operations.
The latest government snapshot of Kansas crops shows an improving winter wheat crop amid widespread rains.
A new proposal for narrowing a tax break for business owners and farmers has emerged in the Kansas House.
Kansas State University will honor 42 fallen former students as they commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War this coming Memoria…
Two newly reported sex crimes investigations are underway in Riley County.
An act of vandalism allegedly by a Manhattan high school student caused flooding in part of the school.
Says he has been using private email and cell phones for official business since he was a U.S. senator.