Lawrence city officials say the water levels at Clinton Lake are the lowest they have been since the lake was filled in 1981.
The Kansas House has passed legislation aimed at restricting the identifiable information collected on public school students.
Federal court records show settlements ranged from about $1.8 million to $55,000 for four juveniles who claimed a Kansas military school encouraged abuse by giving higher-ranking cadets authority to discipline younger cadets.
Market analysts say political instability in the Ukraine, freeze damage and drought are conspiring to drive up wheat prices.
The dean of Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has announced plans to step down by the middle of next year.
Cheap Trick, Matthew West with Cloverton, Chris Young with Courtney Cole, Aaron Watson and Jack Ingram and 3 Doors Down have been added to the acts featured at the 2014 Kansas State Fair.
Kansas youths are hosting a day-long immigration conference and legislative forum in Wichita this weekend.
The Kansas House is preparing to debate legislation restricting the identifiable information collected on public school students.
Lawmakers are doing some major maneuvering behind the scenes in Topeka this week, trying to find $130 million.
A bill aimed at bringing a state-owned casino to southeast Kansas has cleared the state Senate.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill repealing the state’s renewable energy standards for electric utilities.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation pushed by fellow Republicans making it harder for voters to switch parties before primary elections.
An appeals court has overturned a federal judge’s order that forced Kansas to keep funding two family planning clinics despite a state law aimed at stripping a Planned Parenthood chapter of federal money.
The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a proposal to block slot machines at a closed dog-racing track outside Wichita.
A southeast Kansas senator is pushing a bill aimed at luring a state-owned casino to his part of the state nearly a decade after it was authorized.