To ensure that the state can keep paying all of its bills on time.
Woman transported to hospital with possible serious injuries.
Kansas legislators will also attend.
Local dignitaries cut ribbon for new store.
The Kansas Department of Revenue allows it to re-open Tuesday afternoon.
One reported death of whooping cough in Barton, KS and an outbreak of measles. Why you should get your child vaccinated.
State and local police agencies meet to compare notes.
Neighbors wake sleeping homeowner.
Was budget director skirting state Open Records Act?
Threat was directed at Onaga Grade School and Onaga Hospital.
The initiative could affect more than 600,000 caregivers in the state.
School still hasn’t heard of results of federal probe of its sexual assault policies.
Earlier police asked for assistance in locating Dorcas Conception, who had left her home on foot around 10:00 Monday morning.
The top two candidates in each race will square off in the general election on Apri. 6th.
Kansas would increase penalties for home burglaries under a bill being considered in the state Senate.
Is a 25-year veteran of the patrol and has been interim superintendent since Jan. 6.
The alternative would be a lethal injection, which is considered less painful.
The disease has killed one person and left five people ill in the last month.
The cause is not yet known.
KSNT News spoke with Republican lawmakers Monday, and many say they’re not happy.
A study years from completion could eventually help a struggling community
Junction City Police say the matter remains under investigation.
A man wanted for theft is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
Say they need more funding to investigate an unprecedented spike in earthquakes in the state.
The City has until February 17, 2015 to file its response to those behind the petition who want that ruling overturned.