Governor Brownback shuffles staff after Fulmer departure
Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer is spending the holidays providing medical relief in the Middle East.
Hopes will encourage more students to graduate in four years.
Investigators are trying to determine why a car stopped on a Kansas City interstate, leading to an accident that left five people dead.
Missouri and Kansas transportation officials have suspended installations of a guardrail system over concerns about its safety.
Senate President Susan Wagle said the budget problems are an opportunity to restructure state government.
Event will feature former Miss Kansas
Has vowed to step up his efforts to reform a legal system that he said has too many laws and too many prosecutions of nonviolent offenders.
Topeka Police were notified about an incident at West Ridge Mall around 2:45 p.m. Saturday.
The source of the fire was a nail that had punctured some electrical wiring behind a dryer.
Lawrence has found that alcohol-fueled acquaintance rape cases are challenging to prosecute.
Chiefs defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson left with a calf injury.
Kansas lawmakers have a plateful of potentially ugly decisions ahead to close state budget shortfalls.
Kansas already has more fatalities than it did at this point last year.
Via-Christi confirms the boy died of his injuries at 10:46 p.m. on Dec. 26.
A group called the Lawrence Creates Makerspace brought a 120-year-old tradition back to life.
The Kansas Supreme Court has reversed the murder convictions of a Salina man.
Twenty-two participants had a chance to walk up the 296 steps of the Capitol dome.
Until January 2nd families ride free on all city routes.
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Excessive video gaming isn’t good for youth development.
Judge Mary Thrower says that rather than detain juvenile offenders for an extended period, she seeks out the best option for each one.
Macomber will represent himself.
Data from the project will be provided free to the public.