Pittsburg residents will vote in September on a proposed half-cent sales tax increase to help fund police and fire operations.
State parks officials say more than a dozen people have drowned in Kansas waters since mid-May.
The year’s first triple-digit temperatures prove to be a record-breaker in Topeka, where the thermometer hit 105 degrees to eclipse the prev…
Some Wichita residents question why the city is not picking up their tree debris while their neighbors get their debris removed. City explai…
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters has been awarded a big financial boost from the government.
The US Corps of Engineers was called in to determine the potential impact on the wetlands and bird refuge.
The governor’s office had said previously that it wouldn’t release the names.
The Boy Scouts are determined to save Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch which is owned by some Kansas troops.
A judge has set for resentencing the case of two Texas brothers who ran a Kansas hunting camp where hunters paid thousands of dollars to ill…
Tuesday morning, IKEA broke ground for a store in the Kansas City area. The store in Merriam will open in the fall of 2014.
Authorities have not been able to identify the victim’s gender, age or race because of the advanced state of decomposition.
The board adopted the Common Core standards in 2010, concluding that they’d improve teaching. Critics worry that Kansas is giving up some co…
One proposal would raise the state’s base aid to school districts by $640 per student, or by almost 17 percent.
The Wichita school board has approved $5 million to repair buildings damaged by storms that hit the city May 19.
Pretrial hearings in the case of a man accused of killing four people on an Ottawa farm are expected to stretch into 2014.