All claim he is breaking the “spirit” of the outcome of the 2014 general election
“Come out of the shadows” he tells illegal immigrants already in US.
New location will see consolidation of several offices at one location.
In an apparent protest of the police shooting in Ferguson.
The state has diverted highway funds in the past.
A former nurse who is charged with sexually assaulting four Kansas City, Kansas, hospital patients has returned to jail.
He tells told Kansas First News he plans to begin work with the Cherokee County Appraisers Office in early March.
The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office says they are attempting to locate an inmate who failed to return to the Lyon County Jail
A vehicle involved in a police chase slammed into a mostly abandoned building in downtown Kansas City, causing a partial collapse.
Gay couples in Kansas can get married, but the state isn’t yet allowing them to change their last names on their driver’s licenses.
Believed the government was targeting him for persecution, detailing his thoughts in a journal and in videos detectives obtained.
The Swiss researcher who gained international recognition for discovering the bacteria that causes Lyme disease has died in Montana.
Media outlets report that Norfolk Public Schools is reviewing the matter and the NAACP is conducting an investigation.
Wichita police say a 26-year-old man has been arrested in the assault of a woman who was set on fire at a park.
In the U.S., more than 8 million cars have been recalled to fix the potentially faulty inflators.
The man’s identity hasn’t been released.
A shooting at a home in a secluded wooded area of southern New Jersey left two children dead and a woman and another child wounded.
A Kansas casino has unveiled plans to build a meeting center and equestrian center that will enable it to host large horse shows.
Veterinarians at a southwest Kansas zoo have euthanized a 23-year-old red panda who suffered from arthritis.
Sedgwick County DA says a Wichita police officer was justified when he shot and killed a man in April.
Seven Kansas hunters pleaded guilty and were sentenced for violating federal laws protecting birds.
A man who was convicted in a 2003 homicide in Salina will go on trial again in January.
A gunman opened fire at a FSU library sending hundreds of students who had been up all night studying for exams scrambling for cover.
The death was confirmed by ABC News President James Goldston on Thursday. Nichols died Wednesday evening.
The University of Kansas Hospital has received a $10 million challenge grant for a new expansion project.