U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran says the two Army posts in Kansas have been largely spared as troop numbers are reduced nationwide.
Five-year-old Lily Coats-Nichols remains in the hospital on life support Wednesday, as family members deal with a painful decision.
State transportation officials are awaiting the results of testing along a five-mile stretch of U.S. 69 in southern Kansas.
Kansas is working with neighboring states to promote and market the region to film producers looking for movie locations.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon called the decision an important step toward creating a fairer society.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce says legislators should not pursue a new religious objections law following an executive order.
Authorities are looking for a 51-year-old man accused of attacking his father’s live-in caretaker with a golf club and cane in Wichita.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office has appointed its first female undersheriff.
The man charged with killing a Topeka police officer in September of 2014 is expected to change his plea on Friday.
The Wichita area has received a lot of rain over the past couple of days, most of it on Monday evening. With possibly more rain on the way, …
Wichita Police and Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department say they leave immigration enforcement up to the Feds.
The main teachers union in Kansas says it will appeal the dismissal of a lawsuit against the state for ending teacher job protections.
The governors of Kansas and Missouri have taken different approaches to dealing with the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage.
The Noel Lodge will reopen on Friday with enough money to run for four months, but the lodge still has a long way to go
Film offices in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska are teaming up with Kansas City, Missouri attract more film producers to the state.