Senate Democratic Leader Anthony Hensley (D-Topeka) provides the official Democratic response to the 2015 State of the State.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s State of the State address January 15, 2015.
In November 9, 2014 Lawrence Police discovered a 19-year-old deceased in her apartment.
Twenty-three states currently allow the use of medicinal marijuana, and a few Kansas lawmakers would like to make Kansas the 24th.
If you have any information call Topeka Police.
It’s been a busy day at the Kansas Statehouse Thursday.
They hope to open the new offices by May or June.
To honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the governor was joined by a special guest.
A 22-year-old Kansas City man has been sentenced to life in prison for the shooting deaths of two men.
Firefighters have battled a blaze at restaurant on Massachusetts Street in downtown Lawrence.
New branding is expected to roll out later this year.
Supporters rally at the Kansas Capitol today at 1 p.m.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is pushing bills to give himself prosecutorial power.
Five incidents have been reported this week.
Authorities say three people were hurt and taken to a hospital.
The final open enrollment deadline for this year is Feb. 15.
A report came out just after daybreak about a unresponsive person found in a field.
Last year, 57,000 Kansans signed up during the full enrollment period.
A charge of failing to stop at a fatal accident was dropped when Myers pleaded no contest to the other charges.
The indictment alleges the thefts occurred in October.
All injuries were treated at Western Plains Hospital.
Kansas State University’s new research could end up saving your furry friend’s life.
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.