A gun-dealers trade group is pushing legislation in several conservative states to restrict what it says is discrimination.
Gov. Brownback has signed legislation to keep Kansas’ courts open following a legal dispute involving their budget.
Abortion-rights organizations, students and House members are rallying against legislation banning access to reproductive health care.
Earthquakes are becoming more and more frequent in Kansas.
One bill would use an additional fee on vehicle registrations to create a staffing fund for the Kansas Highway Patrol.
An Arizona man was sentenced Monday to 5 years in federal prison for drug trafficking.
High wind on Monday made a business sign unstable near Kellogg and Tyler.
Kansas consumers holding unused gift cards purchased from RadioShack can obtain refunds from the company.
Fire crews spent Monday afternoon fighting a large grass fire east of Douglass in Butler County.
A Kansas Senate committee has approved a bill that would balance the state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The Senate Ways and Means Committee added the measure Monday to a bill for balancing the state budget through June 2017.
Republican state Rep. Ron Highland says that after a heated hearing on the bill Wednesday, it’s unlikely to go anywhere soon.
A suburban Kansas City man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for embezzling more than $6 million.
Wichita fire crews say a large fire early Sunday morning caused 42 people to be temporarily displaced.
The Kansas secretary of state’s office says the number of businesses in the state grew by 5 percent last year.