U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren on Thursday denied Patrick Stein’s request for release.
Executive order 17-01 facilitates the immediate delivery of large quantities of hay, feed, fencing materials, and other relief supplies.
Police responded to Hutchinson Middle School 8 Thursday afternoon after a 911 caller stated someone had a gun.
Efforts to bring relief to livestock and ranchers in need following fires.
The estate of a former University of Kansas faculty member has donated $1.1 million to the school’s Spencer Museum of Art.
Florida man says he was attacked because of the Trump bumper sticker on his minivan.
A bill in a House committee would not only retain campus carry but also strip colleges of the right to make policies.
Congressman Roger Marshall will begin his March Listening Tour on Saturday, March 11.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback isn’t committing to staying in that job through the end of the legislative session this spring.
Clark and Comanche Counties account for approximately 502,000 of those acres.
Officials said 10 homes have been destroyed. There are 11 reports of damage to vehicles, outbuildings, and farm buildings.
56 mumps cases have been reported in Kansas across multiple counties.
More than 1,000 square miles has been consumed in a series of fires.
Things are back to normal for AT&T cell phone customers after a glitch prevented millions from calling 911 Wednesday evening.
Two women have been killed and a man injured in a crash on Interstate 135 in Saline County.