A new report shows U.S. farmers bought more tractors and fewer combines in 2014.
Scott Weigel was sentenced Monday to nine years and nine months for the September 2013 death of Keith Ancell.
A new Saline County Commission has reinstated four department heads that were dismissed two weeks ago.
Lawmakers are already debating how to fix a budget in the red to the tune of about $700 million.
Parents of students attending Morgan Elementary spent their lunch hour Monday participating in a peaceful protest outside the school.
Many walk in clinics in western Kansas are only open a few days a week or are open limited hours.
A 19-year veteran of the Wichita Police Department made his first appearance in court Monday.
Wichita police say four children were taken in protective custody on Sunday.
A Hutchinson woman pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return and violating a federal law prohibiting her from having a gun.
Growers in Kansas and across the nation have seeded far fewer acres of winter wheat for harvest this year.
Gov. Sam Brownback says challenges facing Kansas can be resolved only by strengthening families and changing the culture.
Wichita police identified the two victims in deadly shooting in front of The Place bar.
For the first time since 1966, Kansas will have no females in statewide offices, at least until the next election.
Bus tours and educational programs are among the activities that are planned in Kansas to celebrate National Bald Eagle Month.
Jose Carrillo was sentenced to prison after he decided not to withdraw his guilty plea.