The Kansas Senate has approved a bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents.
The Kansas House has given first-round approval to a bill that eliminates a projected deficit of nearly $200 million in state’s next budget.
The Kansas Supreme Court announced Wednesday it will rule on a court case that challenges the way public schools in the state are funded.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Wednesday asked the U.S. Senate to protect consumers from unwanted and intrusive robocalls.
Police in Newton say they’ve identified a man responsible for a rash of burglaries overnight on Friday, Feb. 5th.
Kansas’ Attorney General wants the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on a case that could restrict federal regulatory agencies on making and interp…
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program will begin accepting preliminary applications for a limited time.
President John Bardo discusses Wichita State’s future in letter.
Some are asking if county could do a better job communicating with public. County says “communications changes” are for the better.
Skin cancer survivors and a dozen like-minded organizations have testified in support of a bill that would ban tanning beds.
Federal prosecutors have charged a former tribal casino employee with embezzlement .
A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
According to Lt. Brian Hall of the Newton Police Department, it was all thanks to tips from the community.
KSN takes a closer look at the personal information we could find out online – about total strangers – in a matter of minutes.
A bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents has received first-round approvaL.