The governor was expected to release his proposals Thursday at the start of a House Appropriations Committee meeting.
A U.S. attorney says a Topeka man must serve more than six years in prison on a child pornography charge.
Officials say a 16-year-old boy was arrested after bringing fireworks and a Molotov cocktail to a Wichita high school.
Kansas City officials are unhappy that the city has lost out on homeland security funds.
Three semi accidents on one bridge in less than 9 months.
The new social media challenge is giving teens something to pout about.
Remarks come in wake of latest revenue shortfall projections.
First agency in the area to make the switchover.
At a time when school districts across the state are figuring out where to make cuts, one Topeka school is considering adding an expense, pa…
Major health insurer won’t agree to state increase in fees paid by HMO’s.
Find out about the agreement reached that is re-opening the doors to the Topeka Birth & Women’s Center.
Vote clears the way for debate on confirmation of new US Attorney General nominee
KU police say increased reporting responsible for the increase.
Hundreds of people turned out to cheer the official opening of a new athletic center and track at Pittsburg State University.
Perhaps it will all pay off with a quick turnaround.
Advocate who lost custody of her 11-year-old son following comments the boy made in a drug education program at a Kansas school.
An American Indian tribe is returning to its land in northeast Kansas, beginning with a ceremony Saturday.
A judge has ruled that a Salina man was mentally competent when he stood trial for murder in 2011.
The Topeka Zoo welcomed in a new giraffe Wednesday morning.
A birthing center in Topeka has been notified they can reopen immediately Wednesday morning.
Pleaded guilty in February to attempted child enticement and attempted statutory sodomy.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and Attorney General Derek Schmidt are hosting a two-day conference later this week on crime victims’ rights.
Cowley County deputies are searching for a 28-year-old inmate after they say he didn’t return to the jail from his court-ordered furlough.
If the board approves the proposal, it would take effect July 1.
The traps present no danger to humans, pets or wildlife.