Bill will keep municipal and school board elections non-partisian.
Kansas legislators must wrap up their business for the year within a week to avoid having their annual 90-day session go into overtime.
Shawnee County Commissioners signed off on $17 million in bonds for the center.
A Topeka mother says poor training may have led to a family and their autistic daughter to be kicked off a flight in Utah.
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traffic delays and mile long waits
The NFL also indefinitely suspended the two equipment staffers who carried out the plan, including one who called himself “The Deflator.”
A Kansas state senator says time is running out for ride-hailing company Uber to come to a compromise with the Legislature over regulations.
Limiting how much government employees would be able to boost their pension benefits by accumulating unused vacation days.
A 17-year-old Wichita boy is dead after being shot in the head at a private birthday party during an argument that didn’t involve him.
The measure repeals a tax break for 333,000 business owners and farmers.
Case started in 2013 with emails to Australian investigators with child porn images.
Two people were arrested for DUI, and two others were cuffed on unrelated charges.
In two of the Emporia break-ins, the victims were home at the time of the crime.
A new festival debuting in the Capital City will include a form of dance that traditionally features strip tease.
Former New England Patriots player and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is facing another criminal charge: witness intimidation.
Six people have been charged in the killing of a 17-year-old Salina girl in what police say was a case of mistaken identity.
A judge has sentenced an Alabama woman to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the running death of her 9-year-old granddaugh…
Kansas City Mayor Sly James is praising a newly announced $300 million, 800-room downtown hotel project.
“Once the word spreads the deaths will be a blow to the community.”
Police officers in Florida say George Zimmerman has been involved in a shooting.
It’s in the silences that director George Miller’s singular genius becomes evident, and for good reason: It’s the only time the film allows …
Was justified as both self defense and defense of others under Kansas law.