A Kansas education official says using a private vendor for state tests would boost costs.
The Kansas Department of Transportation is trying to reduce the number of engineers leaving the agency by moving some jobs to Lawrence.
The Justice Department sued Angel Dillard for sending the letter to Dr. Mila Means, who had been training to offer abortions.
The shelter facility in Aley Park will be removed this week due to extensive damage stemming from a fire.
Authorities say a Manhattan man has died after a jailhouse suicide attempt.
A Johnson County resident claimed a $676,242 Super Kansas Cash jackpot late Tuesday afternoon.
A crash in Finney County killed a Scott City man on Tuesday. It happened on Highway 83.
Kansas ranks No. 6 on the list of Most Moved from States in 2015, according to the 2015 National Movers Study by United Van Lines.
Police said in a news release that officers responded Tuesday night to the shooting and found a man dead inside a residence.
Legislators prepare to hear from residents throughout Wichita Wednesday night at a public forum.
The city of Lyons did not meet a required water monitoring deadline in 2015 set by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
A 31-year-old Johnson County man will serve at least 40 years in prison for sexually molesting an 8-year-old girl.
The KDOC has updated its website to provide additional information about victim services, offenders, and other areas.
Emergency dispatch says all eastbound lanes and one westbound lane at Kellogg and Webb Road are now open again.
Schmidt sent a letter to Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring asking him to for the legal justification of the decision.