Kansans explore possibility of recall campaign.
The effort to challenge the city’s STAR bonds is denied by the state court of appeals.
Bill would require photo ID, and lower lifetime limit on cash assistance to cut down on fraud.
So far no objections to a bill “tweaking” state’s gaming regulations.
Measure is reaction to a 2010 US Supreme Court ruling.
Farmers and companies says bill would remove incentives.
More than 100 angry Kansans stormed the Statehouse Wednesday, upset that lawmakers aren’t listening to their concerns.
Research spending at the University of Kansas has seen its strongest four-year span ever, but the overall outlook is not good.
If convicted, they face a maximum penalty of life in federal prison without parole.
A full Senate voted Wednesday 31 to 9 confirming Kathryn Gardner to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Fire crews in Jackson County responded to an out of control grass fire early Wednesday afternoon that damaged multiple structures.
Police are continuing to investigate the matter and have identified a person of interest.
A Kansas House committee has approved a proposed ban on a procedure described by abortion opponents as dismembering a fetus.
A Topeka woman who has more than 40-years dedicated to education has been honored.
The Kansas Court of Appeals rules against Chris Imming in Heartland Park case.
The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office has identified the body of a woman found in a field over the weekend.
It’s time for the Big 12 basketball tournament in Kansas City, Missouri.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office at 785-457-3353.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will be headlining the National Farmers Union convention meeting in Wichita.
“Topeka has a lot of amazing talent, a lot of incredible people here, but they’ve just never had a place to gather.”
Worries about delays in Brownback’s income tax cuts.
Find out what area fire departments are saying about out of control fires as we enter burning season.
One company looking for nearly 100 employees
A racially offensive video from a fraternity at of the University of Oklahoma has sparked outrage nationwide.
Wind and weather conditions will determine when to burn.