It was unclear how many counties would issue marriage licenses to gay couples after the state’s attorney general said the ruling doesn’t app…
The City of Junction City announced Wednesday that Joe D. Markley has agreed to be the Interim Director for the C.L. Hoover Opera House. Mar…
The current director of the Medicaid program in KDHE will become interim secretary of the state agency.
Teachers look forward to better learning environment at new elementary facility.
A police union representing Wichita law enforcement said it supports the use of the cameras.
Plans for the event in April include a faith walk and songwriting to commemorate the April 13 deaths of William Corporon, Reat Griffin Under…
A 24-year-old man is charged with second-degree murder in a man’s shooting death near City Hall in downtown Kansas City.
A health care attendant has been charged in a September homicide of a man he cared for in Lawrence.
Robbed convenience stores while wearing a blue Batman mask.
Marilyn was one of Johnny Carson’s favorite guests.
She faces a charge of theft of $25,000 to $100,000.
It’s unclear what caused the BNSF Railway cars to derail.
The Johnson County District Attorney’s office says it won’t pursue charges.
Heskett’s bail was set at $500,000.
Kansas Board of Education meets to discuss future of state schools.
Says he’s identified about $100 million of $278 million shortfall
No one was injured in the fire.
Frustrated Veteran speaks out about lack of help from VA in paying medical bills.
Court says same-sex marriages can go forward, state tries to figure out next steps.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.8 has shaken parts of Kansas and Oklahoma.
Topeka voters won’t get to vote on the City of Topeka buying the Heartland Park race track.
Is urging the Kansas Supreme Court to preserve the state’s gay-marriage ban ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court decision on the policy.
A Dec. 18 hearing has been scheduled to discuss the findings.
RCPD says investigation continues, and further information will be released.
An increase in requests for irrigation wells in central Kansas is raising some concern among residents there.