Brian Langenbach of Globe, Arizona, was sentenced Thursday to three years and 10 months without parole.
The law requires a doctor who provides an abortion-inducing drug to be in the same room when a patient takes it.
Jay Emler is a former Senate Utilities Committee chairman and served as majority leader in 2011 and 2012.
The plan would keep spending on the state’s higher education system flat during the next fiscal year.
There are a lot of companies and contractors who are involved in the construction process.
One senator said, a lot of things are going to be discussed that are not necessarily going to pass.
Our KSN investigation now reveals discrepancies in the airport’s construction deadlines.
Police are worried about an upswing in crime in Great Bend.
The head of the Kansas ACLU says a bill headed to the governor for his signature creates problems for Kansas voters.
Each of the three applicants have paid $5.5 million in “privilege fees” to the State of Kansas.
A 31-year-old Wichita woman was charged Thursday with killing 31-year-old Lydia Treto.
The man was convicted by a jury in April of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.
Among other things, the measure would cancel the state’s presidential primaries.
The Kansas House has approved a measure that would move local elections to the fall in odd-numbered years.