Police say a routine traffic stop near the intersection of Pawnee and Broadway turned in to a car chase.
Kobach outlined a measure Monday that would require all counties to manually audit 1 percent of their election returns.
A Wichita family is trying to cope with the loss of a loved one.
Officials at the Ellsworth Correctional Facility say a corrections officers was battered by an inmate.
Kobach has filed a total of six cases since legislators enacted a law last year.
Crews are working to battle a mobile home fire in northern Sedgwick County.
Free E-File income tax preparation help will be available at sites across Kansas starting today, Monday, Jan. 25.
A man has been taken into custody after authorities say he threatened several people with a knife in a university residence hall.
More noise and construction can be heard in the Oaks Development of Derby as work continues on the St. Jude Dream Home.
Jury selection is scheduled to get underway in the trial of two men charged with trying to kill a Wyandotte County deputy.
Residents in Sedgwick County north and east of Haysville reported hearing loud explosions Sunday afternoon.
A Kansas woman serving a federal sentence for enslaving mentally ill residents at a Newton group home is seeking an early release.
A bill repealing the death penalty in Kansas was introduced Friday in the House.
The Kansas Board of Regents is working to balance the legislature’s plan to allow guns on college campuses.
Lawmakers are being told it’s uncertain when a new state Medicaid eligibility computer system will start working.