Gov. Sam Brownback has embraced a proposal to increase education funding by $38 million for the 2016-17 school year.
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment has received test results confirming that someone has been infected with the Zika vi…
Officials for the state say about 12,000 more people than thought are actually on the waiting list for Medicaid in Kansas.
Great Lakes Airlines is offering two daily nonstop flights from Salina to Denver Monday through Friday, and multiple flights each weekend.
Sedgwick County election officials still need to hire more than 300 poll workers for the 2016 general election.
Parish forced to lock its doors between church services because of theft.
The company has newspapers in Hutchinson, Salina, Garden City, Hays, Ottawa and in Iowa.
In 2015, the SCSO spent a little more than $346,000 on hangar, maintenance, and fuel costs for their aircraft.
Ranchers in some southern Kansas counties whose land was burned by this year’s big wildfire are getting help replacing their fences.
The legislature will tackle the school financing plan next week.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism reports zebra mussels have been found in the Hillsdale Reservoir in Miami County.
The Lawrence Journal-World newspaper is being sold. The same family has owned the paper for 125 years. The new owners are based in Virginia.
A fired University of Kansas assistant professor is claiming anti-German discrimination in a lawsuit against the school.
Salina Police are pursuing a charge of aggravated battery against an owner of a day care center.
Authorities in Barton County believe hot weather is to blame for the death of a woman