Day two, back in action, lawmakers are saying the tax breaks from 2012 are on the table.
Last year, the dining hall at Camp Aldrich burned down, leaving Camp Hope, which is for kids battling cancer, without a home.
Kansas legislators and other officials are waiting to learn whether the state’s tax collections in April met expectations.
The U.S. attorney’s office in Kansas asked the court late Wednesday to revoke the order freeing on bond George and Agatha Enns of Meade.
Former Bel Aire Police Chief John Daily and his attorney are releasing a response to an indictment on federal weapons charges.
KSN is working to uncover new details in the case against five teens in Hutchinson accused of solicitation to commit first-degree murder.
A Topeka man who was driving about 100 mph when he hit and killed a motorcyclist and fled the scene.
Sen. Pat Roberts has been elected chairman of the commission working to build a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
A 15-month-old has been flown to a hospital after being struck by a lawn mower in Leavenworth County.
The Kansas Supreme Court is taking up the case next week of a suburban Kansas City official who was kicked out of office for allowing a home…
The Board announced Wednesday that the committee is comprised of Emporia State students, staff and faculty.
Police officials say detectives report they began their investigation on Monday into the threats which were made on Facebook.
The fraternity said it takes a “strong stance against bigotry and intolerance in all forms.”
We’re still looking for answers as to what caused a house explosion near Derby Monday night.
For leaders of the 20th District Juvenile Court System in Great Bend, it’s been 10 years of budget cuts.