Industrial hemp products range from clothing to construction materials and fuel.
Many liquor store owners oppose it, fearing they’ll be run out of business.
A prom dress drive to help girls in need.
Jets collided near Moline Kansas.
Trooper attempted to pull over stolen car.
Says disparity between blacks and other groups is improving but needs more attention.
The bill affects collective bargaining rights for school employees and now the House Commerce committee’s quick decision on the matter is ra…
New technology allows Blue Township firefighters to respond more quickly to emergencies.
A Missouri police officer has been indicted on assault charges after shooting and injuring a man police were trying to arrest last summer.
Schools would need to obtain parental consent before teaching sex education to students under a bill endorsed by a Kansas House panel.
A national group’s push to redefine and outlaw a procedure commonly used in second trimester abortions is advancing in Kansas.
To help improve social service policies and continue the decrease in poverty levels in the state.
A 24-year-old Olathe man is charged with trying to kidnap a woman from an eastern Kansas business.
A Kansas Senate committee is considering two bills that could delay or prevent enactment of federal clean air rules to regulate carbon emiss…
Kansas AG said these emails are a pure scam and anyone who receives these emails should delete them immediately.
A man charged with killing a 5-year-old Kansas girl during a police chase will be tried in federal court.
West coast strike affects Kansas plant
State backs off license tag renewal plan.
Day two of ‘sin tax’ hearings: State Lawmakers listen to tobacco tax increase arguments
Walmart raises minimum wage to nine dollars.
Junction City tries to fix land bank issues.
Local Latino leaders are leading the fight against a controversial Senate bill known as “The Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
Kansas City police are investigating after a woman’s body was discovered in a well at a Kansas City park Thursday.
The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a bill to ban a procedure used in 8 percent of the abortion in the state.
A new government report shows Kansas had 800 fewer farms last year compared to 2013.