The bills were signed on March 24
Monday marks day 15 of Raymond Schwab’s hunger strike, and protest outside the Kansas State Capitol.
The state will increase starting pay for nurses at Osawatomie State Hospital, which is struggling with staffing problems.
The threat was called into the school around 10:30 a.m. All students were dismissed at noon today. Elementary students were released to the …
Kansas women’s basketball player Lauren Aldridge announced on Twitter she will be transferring to Missouri to continue her college basketbal…
On Monday afternoon, Kansas freshman Cheick Diallo declared for the 2016 NBA Draft.
Reports of the fire came in just before 4:00 pm on Monday.
Dozens of Kansas farmers loaded trucks full of hay bales at the end of last week, destined for southern Kansas.
The Board of Regents heard and discussed highlights from the latest systemwide enrollment report Wednesday.
Democrats in the Kansas Legislature have filed a formal protest against a bill passed last week to address spending for public education in …
In a first-of-its-kind effort, U.S. Geological Survey Monday released a map for damaging quakes in the current year.
Prosecutors are calling the crimes of an eastern Kansas man convicted in a quadruple homicide “extremely wicked, shockingly evil and vile.”
Transportation officials are expanding bus service on three major Kansas City routes to connect to a soon-to-open streetcar system.
The Riley County Police Department have arrested a suspect involved in an attempted kidnapping that took place on March 24, 2016.
The biggest wildfire in Kansas history is largely contained, although firefighting efforts could be hindered by more gusty winds.
The Federal Aviation Administration is preparing to begin its airworthiness certification inspection of a World War II bomber.
A Saline County judge rejected 22-year-old Macio Palacio Jr.’s claim that his statements to investigators were improperly obtained.
Kansas legislators are considering a measure aimed at limiting wrongful convictions.