The City of Neodesha has received approval from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) to recharge its water system using an…
City employees will still benefit, despite the blocked rule.
Fort Hays State University President Mirta M. Martin has announced that she is resigning effective immediately.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration says he won’t propose furloughs or layoffs of state workers in his January budget proposal.
A single-engine Cessna 182, registered in Kansas, crashed shortly after takeoff from a north Texas airport. Two people were hurt.
A Great Bend woman was arrested Monday at about 11:15 a.m. for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Scott Roeder, the man convicted of killing abortion provider George Tiller, was resentenced this morning in Sedgwick County.
KHP will have extra officers on the roads looking out for distracted drivers.
The state has charged a 31-year-old Kansas man with the killing of two of his relatives.
Disgruntled voters are going after Kansas members of the electoral college in hopes of swaying their votes.
The order comes after 21 states sued the agency to block the rule before it took effect.
A central Kansas fire department is struggling with funding.
The world’s tallest waterslide will be demolished following the death of a state lawmaker’s 10-year-old son on the ride in August.
Hope for US involvement in the TPP is fleeting.
Demolition has already begun at the Stafford Rail Depot, but there’s a last-minute email campaign to try to save it.