Many legislators are wary of cutting it with the lawsuit pending.
The holidays just got a little bit more special after one veteran and his family received keys to a new home.
A Nebraska zebra died after an accident during a surgery.
Hutchinson police investigation Marilyn Monroe graffiti.
The Kansas women’s basketball team beat the Georgetown Hoyas at Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday afternoon.
State correctional officers are being put at risk because of critical staffing shortages in state prisons.
“Plain and simple, turnout for the current system is pitiful, and it gets worse every two years.”
An American priest named by Pope Francis was among church officials who failed to report an abusive priest.
Kansas State will face Purdue in the Wildcats first game on the Hawaiian Islands for the Maui Invitational.
The Genesis Health Club held a pickleball tournament on Sunday afternoon.
Wichita State improved to 3-0 on the season after an impressive showing against Newman on Sunday afternoon.
District Attorney Jerry Jones says that the 16-year-old has been punished enough, and there’s no need to add to his pain.
The chips were altered with paint and stickers to make $1 casino chips look like $500 chips.
Andre D. Lance and Tyler S. Brandt drowned Saturday afternoon.
“The apple definitely made up for the ‘mystery mush’ #ThanksMichelleObama.”
“You prepare for the worst and hope for the best, and that’s what we’re doing.”
LePage and her children were found in the same bed by a family member who called 911.
The driver failed to negotiate a curve and went off the roadway into the south ditch.
Police say the officer fired two shots after the boy pulled the fake weapon from his waistband.
Some 5,000 faithful traveled from Kerala state for the solemn event.
“That’s the battle: Is this Cuba’s money or is this someone else’s money?”
Estimates put the total value of the dead horses at more than $1 million.
She says her Chihuahua Golden Girl always took a special interest in her health.
The case is affecting state officials’ thinking as they wrestle with predicted budget shortfalls totaling more than $714 million.
The aquifer supplies about 95 percent of water used for irrigation in Kansas and about 25 percent of the water used in the United States.