The state’s Kansas Crime Victims Compensation Board has awarded nearly $400,000 to Kansas crime victims.
The Kansas Action for Children group reportedly alleged that Gov. Brownback’s administration was contemplating selling future payments.
The theft happened February 21st when a vehicle drove into Lorenson Industries and stole a 32-foot 2015 Solaire Palomino travel trailer.
The southwest Kansas adult had recently traveled to a country that was experiencing cases of the Zika virus.
A 16-year-old Kansas girl has pleaded no contest to killing her younger sister in August of 2014.
Authorities in Topeka have been investigating mail thefts that included more than $90,000 in stolen checks.
Kansas would stop observing daylight saving time after this year under a bill being pushed by a prominent Republican legislator.
Gov. Brownback has stalled an effort by legislators to override one of his vetoes saying it could hurt the state’s credit ratings.
Audio tapes from Hesston and Newton shootings show heroics and how quickly the tragedy unfolded.
Three people who allegedly robbed a Stilwell bank on March 9th have been charged in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas.
The Kansas House has voted to send back to committee a measure dealing with refugees coming into some communities in the state.
Wichita State University could be teaming up with the City of Wichita and Sedgwick County to build a new law enforcement training center.
Top Kansas lawmakers have hired a Kansas City-area attorney to represent the Legislature in a school funding lawsuit.
The pistachios were sold under the brand names Wonderful, Paramount Farms, and Trader Joe’s and were sold nationwide and in Canada.
A woman has pleaded not guilty to giving her former boyfriend the guns used in last month’s shooting at Excel Industries in Hesston.