The Wichita City Council will moves ahead on a new tax to promote Wichita.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says a St. Joseph man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a chase in northeast Kansas.
A Kansas Senate budget subcommittee has rejected a proposal to spend $2 million for a new institute at the University of Kansas to work with pharmaceutical companies on new drugs and technologies.
A government report says the Kansas winter wheat crop has begun to green up in a few parts of the state.
A new center at the University of Kansas Medical Center that focuses on stem cell research is conducting clinical trials only eight months after it opened.
A detective has testified that a man accused of killing four people at a Kansas farm said one of the victims took the first shot at another victim after a fight over rent.
It has been the site for a lot of Shocker excitement, but now KSN has learned that one of places that feeds the fans was cited by the state for health violations. Now, Wichita State University is telling KSN they’re aware of the violation, and they’ve already fixed the problem.
Fire crews are battling several grass fire near Augusta.
A judge has overturned a Kansas board’s revocation of a doctor’s license over referrals of young patients for late-term abortions.
A key Kansas legislator said Monday he was ordering the House budget committee to begin work immediately on resolving school funding issues after last week’s state Supreme Court ruling and guidance from the attorney general that lawmakers’ options were numerous.
Lubbock, Texas, is challenging Salina for the right to host the national junior college women’s basketball tournament, which has been held in the Kansas city for more than 15 years.
A Kansas Senate committee plans to review a proposal this week to change the dates of local elections so they occur on the same schedule as legislative and statewide contests.
The University of Kansas Student Senate will vote this week on whether to eliminate a fee students have paid to the athletics department for more than 30 years.
The Kansas Supreme Court has settled some immediate issues over public school funding, but it left for another day the biggest issue — how much more money, if any, legislators must spend on education.
The Kansas chapter of the American Heart Association says state health officials aren’t acting quickly enough to require a screening test that could save newborn babies’ lives.