An evidentiary hearing in a quadruple homicide in eastern Kansas has been pushed back a month and will be open to the public after the state determined it wasn’t allowed to close the proceedings.
Lawrence city commissioners postponed voting on a bedbug policy until they can assure landlords the policy won’t be a financial burden.
Tuition and fees are going up at Garden City Community College.
The Kansas Senate is considering a bill shortening the time for inmates convicted of capital murder to appeal their death sentences to the state Supreme Court.
Domestic battery will be banned again in Topeka, but not until next year.
The Kansas House has approved a bill aimed at keeping individuals, groups and businesses from being compelled to help with same-sex weddings.
The State Senate has named Terry Presta the new Executive Director of the Kansas Lottery.
Several plaintiffs have agreed to dismiss claims against 15 companies in longstanding lawsuits involving allegations that oil companies and gasoline retailers overcharged consumers by selling “hot” fuel that contains less energy.
Speakers at a Statehouse rally have urged Kansas lawmakers to give families more choice in where their children attend school and how they’re taught.
On Tuesday, family and friends came together to remember four Kansans killed in a Tennessee plane crash.
School leaders in Maize are weighing their options regarding a possible shakeup in how students are placed at different schools.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach is in court for a crucial hearing on his quest to force federal election officials to require proof-of-citizenship in order to vote.
Custodian receives neck ties from all over the country after pledge to wear a tie everyday goes viral.
Republican Pat Roberts is facing questions about whether he can claim the Kansas cow town of Dodge City as his home as he seeks a fourth Senate term.
Wichita manufacturer Beechcraft Corporation is calling its first year since emerging from bankruptcy protection a success.