Fisher will replace B.J. Harden, who is now working for the state treasurer.
The new U.S. 69 bridge is expected to open to traffic in 2016.
For more than half of Kansans living in rural communities – access to the internet can be a daily struggle.
Local hospitals feel lucky to have nursing schools nearby.
If it’s passed, Kansas will be the first state in the nation to have a ban on this type of abortion.
K-State student takes on new responsibility.
The Holton community gives back to help a Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper that lost almost everything in a house fire.
Part of an inquiry into loans to Gov. Brownback’s re-election campaign.
Frequency of stops by impersonator steps up Wednesday
A man wanted on drug charges and felony theft has been captured in northeast Topeka.
Kansas City police say they’re investigating a one-car crash involving an off-duty officer who left the scene in December.
For his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy and an unsuccessful murder-for-hire scheme.
Kansas farm groups are planning to gather next month for their annual Commodity Classic convention.
Kansans spent more than a million dollars more last year to buy lottery tickets than they did the previous year.
An unlikely partnership that may help find more missing kids.
Has been critical voice in Heartland Park acquisition.
Group hopes to attract 800 news jobs in five years
Last year lawmakers left with a balanced budget, but now that’s no longer the case.
Roads are improving, but mass transit still a problem in urban areas.
Trial will begin January 11, 2016.
There’s a chance the low prices could stimulate the economy and raise tax revenues elsewhere.
Yost became the Royals’ manager in May 2010.
Who lied about his criminal history on his application.
Police say a total of $1,875 worth of loss or damage was created during this incident.
The gift will go toward research at the medical center’s Cardiovascular Research Institute.