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Civil rights attorneys call them illegal. What are your rights if you are pulled over?
City issued only one ticket last year for illegal fireworks. KSN is asking why, when they got dozens of complaints.
The state of Kansas has been ordered to pay about $54 Million more to K-12 education. Attorney General got it put on hold.
LGBT leaders and others call it a great day for Kansas, but are asking if some Kansas leaders will fight the ruling.
Local health care leaders say the Obamacare ruling will continue to help lower-income Kansans.
The Marion County Sheriff says two men have been arrested on allegations of raping a child under the age of 14.
Hutchinson police say officers shot and killed a man moments after kids got out of house. Man suspected in death of a woman.
USD 259 could spend up to $40,000 on attorney fees to fight an increase in electric rates.
Some Republican lawmakers say the session got extended when the Governor threatened a veto. So, they raised taxes.
Expect a winner to be picked on Tuesday in the casino sweepstakes in Kansas. State says casinos performing well.
If Riddel boys ranch opens again, school officials say they will have to find another $700,000.
Why is a major roadway in Wichita still flooding? The answer lies in $17 Million. And something called dry storage.
Now schools are working on budgets for the new year that include a local tax hike.
Some lawmakers say they don’t want to pass a big tax bill, or let the 2012 tax cuts continue.