Kansas health officials say three lakes in the state are under health warnings because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae blooms.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office announced Thursday another state has agreed to recognize Kansas concealed carry licenses.
Wichita officials are reminding candidates and citizens that the City’s Sign Code prohibits all signs.
A court will hear oral arguments in September in an appeal that could affect the voting rights of thousands of voters in Kansas.
Oklahoma’s oil-and-gas regulators are investigating a recent cluster of earthquakes recorded near Blanchard.
Authorities are investigating a bank robbery in Topeka.
A real estate group has announced its plans to develop a hospital in Derby in the proposed STAR Bond District at the north end of town.
An AMBER Alert has been cancelled for a missing 2-year-old boy in northern Kansas.
Topeka is setting spending limits targeted at keeping the city from raising property taxes next year.
A federal appeals court has agreed to quickly hear an appeal that could affect the voting rights of thousands of voters in Kansas.
The KDHE is continuing its investigation to try to determine what has caused those elevated levels.
Chief Gordon Ramsay called the protest peaceful, and he said very few people caused problems.
KSN viewers send in photos of storm damage.
There were a lot of questions Tuesday night pertaining to the Black Lives Matters protest that began at Emerson McAdams Park.
Severe storms moved through parts of Kansas early Wednesday morning.