Senate now considers liberalizing three aspects of marijuana use in the state.
Sheriff’s deputies run overnight “saturation patrol”.
According to some researchers, spring showers and grey skies are doing little to cheer you up.
About 75 high school graduates were recognized for their future service
Officers have been on the scene of Parrot-Fa-Nalia dress shop in Wichita since early Saturday morning.
Recall affects Lancer Sportback and Lancer Evolution models
So many states are in trouble credit ranking agency sends out national warning.
Districts are asking court to block implementation of the plan.
Former Manhattan doctor sentenced for Army contract fraud.
Donations help local food banks.
Heavy rainfall causes lakes and rivers to have higher water levels and may bring up safety concerns for families.
This week, the city began distributing recycling bins to more than 7,000 homes throughout Emporia.
Victim turned up blocks away from where shooting occurred.
Keeping your children safe this summer.
The daycare at the Topeka Rescue Mission is set to open in January.
Kathryn Gardner was sworn in Friday in the Kansas Supreme Court Courtroom.
Deputy Education Commissioner faced questions in Shawnee County District Court.
Comments come as state tries to justify before 3 judge panel how much it’s giving to public schools.
Drought cited as the chief reason behind the drop
MANHATTAN (KSNT) – The commissioners of Riley and Geary counties are saying they don’t like the legislature’s plan at all. County commission…
Corporal Jason Harwood was killed in the line of duty eight months ago.
Jeff Gordon has been fast this year just about every time he climbs into that car. He has had promising runs just about every time he’s take…
In the outbreak linked to Blue Bell, three people died in a Kansas hospital and seven others were sickened in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Ar…
A Wichita music teacher who resigned in March has been charged with having sexual relations with a student.
The State Supreme Court reversed a finding from the State Appeals Court, citing the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment.