Leadership in the Kansas House is now calling for a special session to fix school funding.
Many Republican legislators in Kansas are angry with the state Supreme Court’s latest order on education funding.
Gov. Sam Brownback says his staff is looking at shuffling funds within state government to cover a projected short-term budget deficit.
Gov. Brownback announced Friday that Sam Williams will help budget director Shawn Sullivan evaluating the forecasting process.
With the threat of schools being forced to shut down, most districts are planning for the worst-case scenario.
Three Oklahoma energy companies want a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit demanding they reduce wastewater injection to reduce earthquakes.
Two teens made appearances in an Ellsworth County courtroom this week.
Wichita police say eight children were taken into protective police custody Thursday evening.
A woman has admitted that she killed a Lawrence woman who had given her a place to live.
The KBI has a warning about U-47700. The synthetic drug that has contributed to several accidental drug overdose deaths.
The Kansas Attorney General’s Office will review the investigation of a case where a man held a Finney County judge hostage.
Charges are being filed against a Butler County man for a shooting that occurred when a gun he had in his sock went off at a graduation.
With the Arkansas River being the focus of the annual Wichita Riverfest, KSN wanted to know about the quality of the water in the river.
Thursday brought Kansas school children and their parents one day closer to the prospect of schools in the state closing down on July 1st.
Kansas health officials say three lakes in the state are under warnings because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae blooms.