The Governor says recent rains have helped pull most of the state out of the dry conditions we’ve experienced over the past year.
Laws removes permitting and mandatory safety training for open and concealed weapons.
Derek Schmidt says case is moot with last week’s US Supreme Court Ruling
New Obama proposal could effect Kansas workers
Brownback administration gets it’s first win in the school funding fight.
Starting Wednesday, the state sales tax jumps to 6.5 percent.
A new study from KU tracks individual’s earnings over the course of 20 years to determine the value of college education.
Are Kansas kids going hungry this summer because there are too few feeding programs?
End of the fiscal year doesn’t bode well for upcoming budget.
Class is open to people with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and caregivers.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service report released on Tuesday.
Customers can access features like office locations, driver’s license status and can also practice written tests on the free app.
Same-sex couples can get marriage licenses in all 105 Kansas counties.
A Franklin County District Court judge has denied a request to unseal dozens of documents in the case of a man charged with killing three ad…
Westar Energy says a U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on toxic emissions at power plants could save the company millions.
A casino in southeast Kansas and to start the selection process again.
The Reno County Health Department says it has received reports of 49 cases of whooping cough in the county.
The Overland Park City Council has agreed to give $25,000 to a planned memorial commemorating a 1981 hotel disaster in Kansas City.
Kansas officials are waiting to see whether state tax collections this month met expectations.
Spring-planted crops in Kansas are for the most part faring pretty well in Kansas so far this growing season in the wake of all the rain tha…
The High Court ruled residents in Kansas can register to vote using a federal form without having to provide proof of citizenship.
Formal proposal to be announced Tuesday.
The move comes more than a year-and-a-half after staffing and other technical issues closed the facility,
Four years after their Post Office was destroyed by a tornado, the town of Reading is starting a new chapter.
Some help for veterans coping with PTSD during the July 4th fireworks season.