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.
The House joined the Senate today in passing a bill that gives the state attorney general more authority in resolving alleged violations of …
Police in Riley County will conduct a second DUI saturation patrol this weekend.
More showers and storms are expected Mother’s Day weekend.
A top Kansas education official has testified in court about how the state trimmed aid to public schools by nearly $54 million under a new l…
The Topeka Rescue Mission held a groundbreaking event Friday morning for the Children’s Palace.
The meetings are an opportunity for the public to weigh in on their priorities for next year’s budget in advance of council decisions.
Make sure you pick the right flowers for Mother’s Day.
The University of Kansas will delay a campus wide ban on tobacco for a year, until July 2016.
The Kansas House has passed a bill that would define fantasy sports as a legal activity.
Four severe weather stations at the Topeka Zoo helps keep visitors safe.
Study finds Shawnee County has high obesity rates and is below the national average for life expectancy.
Volunteers help fill a thousand sacks to fight childhood hunger in Topeka.
Local shops afraid that business will slow down because of the parks closure.
Older drivers in Kansas may be forced to take a DMV re-examination based on factors that include the driver’s physical or mental condition o…
Lawmakers come up with about $80M to offset $422M deficit.
Driver arrested at the scene of the accident.
Tornado aftermath to Scandia community.
The green energy mandate has gained first-round approval in the House.
Measure would also allow the limited use of medical marijuana and study the use of industrial hemp.
When severe weather strikes, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes to get the message out.
Prisoners mixed with college students from Baker University celebrate an accomplishment many behind bars can only dream of.