A tiger shark attacked a Kansas man snorkeling in Hawaii Wednesday, sending him to the hospital with bites to his arm.
In a follow-up interview to a story we first brought you in August 2014, Kansans continue fighting for better care with KanCare.
The general assembly for Presbyterian Church’s across the country passed a vote to formally recognize same-sex marriages Tuesday.
Sheriff’s officers in Sedgwick County say the county takes in about $80,000 a year from conceal carry permits.
The Quapaw Tribe’s Downstream Casino Resort, of Oklahoma, withdrew from a partnership in a Kansas state-owned casino.
The Shockers received a nice send off from their fans Wednesday as the team headed to Omaha for the NCAA tourney.
A Kansas House committee has endorsed a bill making it easier for state agencies to move jobs out of the civil service.
Grass fires have burned thousands of acres of land here in Kansas over the past two weeks.
Mental health stakeholders have agreed upon a proposal to change the way Kansas oversees the prescribing of mental health medications.
A Kanopolis man was killed in a crash Wednesday morning in Ellsworth County.
Kansas’ pension system would be forced to divest from any companies operating in Iran under a bill considered by a House panel.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department conducted a DUI checkpoint on St. Patrick’s Day.
A dispute over whether Kansas must boost its spending on public schools is headed back to the state Supreme Court.
Topeka has no more legal obstacles to issuing bonds to buy Heartland Park.
Republican legislators in Kansas are pursuing proposals to limit collective bargaining between state agencies and their workers.