Law rewrites the rules for teachers, school administrators and other public employees who return to work after retiring.
A key Kansas lawmaker who has been criticized for his weeklong absence says he was away on family business.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – Lyon County is one of 44 counties covered by the newest emergency declaration issued by Governor Sam Brownback today. For th…
1965 was the last time someone was executed in Kansas.
Bill also allows employers to give vets preference in hiring.
Tenants are frustrated over paying rent for units they can’t occupy.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – More bad news for state lawmakers grappling with a record budget shortfall – the state’s tax revenue failed to hit expectati…
K-State veterinarians have been able to differentiate between an existing strain of canine flu already in the U.S., and a new one from Asia …
A Manhattan pre-teen is now in a juvenile facility after police say he attacked a woman.
To speed up work by lawmakers on a final plan for raising new revenues to close a budget shortfall.
Sentence is in the death of girl who was killed when he crashed into her minivan while fleeing from police.
The unnamed pup was born on May 5th.
Wichita State University announced the death of one of their students.
Proclamation on Friday for 44 Kansas counties due to damages to public infrastructure caused by recent storms and flooding.
Signed a bill that rewrites the rules for teachers, school administrators and other public employees who return to work after retiring.
Death of a Lawrence man who was found bleeding outside a fast-food restaurant.
Drivers should expect delays during peak time commutes and should allow extra time for their daily commutes.
A bake sale will be held throughout the day. KYEA will also sell t-shirts and discount cards to local restaurants.
Kansas legislators are having one of their longest annual sessions ever this year because they haven’t resolved difficult budget and tax iss…
The building in the 900 block of Mulvane was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived. The total loss was estimated at $135,000.
Topeka Police are asking local businesses to increase their security to prevent break-ins.
It has been more than a decade, and these creatures are awaking from their deep beauty sleep.
Authorities made arrest after being contacted by hospital.
Like many with water damage, not getting on top of small leaks can create bigger problems down the road.
Kansas lawmakers are now in day eight of overtime and still have no solution for the state’s $410-million shortfall.