Nonessential state employees will be notified by noon Friday if they are to be furloughed as a deadlock in budget talks continues.
Shawnee County Emergency Management continues to monitor flooding concerns.
The most unique (and expensive) event in high school athletics.
House shot down the Joint Tax Committees plan in a 108-to-3 vote.
After nearly half a century, meal guidelines for children and adults at care centers are being revised
Researchers at Kansas State University said they’ve seen almost 60 cases of rabies in the last five months.
The House could vote on the measure later Thursday.
A suspect in the shooting of an Oklahoma police officer is facing charges for crimes he allegedly committed in Kansas while trying to flee p…
Law enforcement in the United States often aren’t seen as part of the community by the people they protect and serve.
What police are calling a “rash” of car burglaries is being investigated by detectives with the Riley County Police Department.
The Kansas Senate is not planning to debate any budget proposals despite the threat of state worker furloughs on Sunday.
For artifacts that would confirm a five-mile stretch once was home to a Native American tribe of 20,000 people.
A new timeline of 6 weeks until the ED is opened.
The specter of a possible furlough of state government workers is affecting the lawsuit filed by Kansas against an Oklahoma tribe over a pro…
Lawmakers must erase a projected $406 million budget shortfall for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
County commissioners are keeping a building code that requires a mandatory penalty for constructing a home without a permit amid claims of f…
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure Thursday that would have made Missouri the 26th right-to-work state
Kansas legislators will be in their 105th day figuring out a way to solve their revenue problems.
‘Flame of Hope’ travels more than a thousand miles to support Special Olympics
A raccoon in Topeka on Wednesday morning found a clever way to stay dry from the pouring rain.
For the first time in almost 50 years, the guidelines for what is served to children at daycare centers are being revised.
Wichita police say two teenagers who were caught out after curfew are responsible for several false 911 calls that had emergency personnel s…
The Kansas Senate is set to debate a budget proposal that would cut roughly $400 million from state agencies, public schools and public safe…
A computer glitch mistakenly informed them they failed.
Zoo officials announced Wednesday that almost 700 donors contributed to the project. Sedgwick County contributed $5.3 million.