Driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants; ‘yes means yes’ law; minimum wage increase
Office closings for holidays, technology upgrades.
A New Year’s Eve celebration that’s not past their bedtime.
Nearly half of all states use cameras to track red-light or speeding violations.
Putting calories on the menu.
A nonprofit group contends science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism.
The three judges have together served more than 80 years on the state’s trial courts.
Four school districts across Kansas headed to a courtroom to get some state attention.
Police safety, a top priority for Topeka Police Chief.
Accidentally shot and killed his mother after he reached into her purse at a Wal-Mart store and the concealed gun fired.
The Kansas Jayhawks bounced back from last week’s loss at Temple with a win over Kent State.
Bodies found a three separate crime scenes
Manahattans’ New Years Eve celebration preparations and events
The company said in its statement that the worker died in an “occupational incident.”
RCPD says all five arrested are currently at the Riley County Jail.
The University of Kansas was treating 23 inpatients with the flu on Tuesday, along with 13 others with suspected cases of the flu.
An adult film actor became infected with HIV as a result of unprotected sex on an out-of-state film shoot.
For judges grappling with people who file repetitive, malicious or frivolous pleadings.
At first glance, the Kansas City Chiefs appear poised to make a strong postseason run next season.
Despite the heavy workload, Bumgarner will be eager for spring training come February.
The most important piece of evidence will be the flight-data and cockpit-voice recorders.
Health Secretary Sylvia Burwell has set a target of 9.1 million customers signed up and paying premiums in 2015.
Kansas isn’t spending enough money on its public schools to provide a suitable education for every child.