The Kansas Legislature’s session this year is closing in on a record for length.
To no one’s surprise, some Kansas areas reported near record amounts of rain for the month of May.
The theme for today is a fun day of giving.
Tire yard owner in Montara neighborhood tells his side of the story for the first time.
Overall crime is up slightly from 2014.
Bill intends to keep cities from “zoning” gun control laws
Body refuses to put legislation in human-trafficking bill.
Money would come from key health care companies who say they’ll pass cost along to consumers.
Senators on both sides of the aisle are vetting bills that are designed to close the gap before the new budget takes effect on July 1.
The tragic death of a man at Tuttle Creek Reservoir on Sunday is a sad reminder that fun on the water can quickly turn catastrophic.
An abortion rights group is challenging Kansas’ first-in-the-nation ban on a commonly used procedure to end second-trimester pregnancies.
Measure now heads to Governor Brownback.
Visit Topeka says it’s a chance to improve hospitality and increase guest satisfaction.
Several groups in Shawnee County and Topeka are working to find ways to help with an increasing number of inmates with a mental illness.
The Kansas House has approved a bill that would create new limits on appeals by sex offenders committed to a state treatment program.
An informal poll of GOP House members shows modest sales tax increases could be the most popular option for filling the state’s budget short…
U.S. Capitol Police arrested a Kansas man Monday morning when he tried to enter a House office building with an unloaded gun.
The Los Angeles-class submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754) arrived at its new homeport of U.S. Naval Base Guam May 29.
People and music will fill Garfield Park in North Topeka June 1, June 29, and July 13.
Salvation Army hopes to provide 17,000 meals this summer.
A South Carolina man who was being sought for kidnapping and assaulting a woman has been arrested in Overland Park.
Drivers should expect delays during peak time commutes and should allow extra time for their daily commutes.
Furloughs will begin June 7 for state workers unless the Legislature passes funding, the Kansas budget director said Sunday.
Lawmakers are well in to the extended session, Sunday marking 101-days.
Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in the world, but many in the U.S. don’t want that to continue.