Republicans in the Kansas House have elected a Bonner Springs lawmaker to serve as majority party whip.
The probable cause affidavit was released Wednesday in the January arrest of a veteran Wichita Police officer.
A former Hutchinson police officer who was fired for lying lost his appeal to be returned to his job.
The Kansas House has approved a bill closing most of a projected $344 million shortfall in the state’s current budget.
A proposal to build a partial interchange at Hoover and K-96 is moving forward with approval from the city council.
Despite Gov. Brownback’s push for tax breaks for small businesses in Kansas, those breaks aren’t helping some businesses grow.
Wichita firefighters are pushing for “presumptive” coverage of cancers they believe may have been caused by their exposure.
The Farm Bill is nearly a year old, and the USDA is sharing its accomplishments through “Faces of the Farm Bill.”
Education officials say a school funding bill in the Kansas Legislature would force immediate cuts to programs in some districts.
Two Wichita police officers came to another officer’s aid when he suffered a heart attack on Nov. 12.
Kansas House members from both parties are concerned about diverting funds from highway projects to general government operations.
The Wichita City Council voted Tuesday 5-1 to tear down three dilapidated apartment buildings on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback is encouraging state businesses to grow and expand.
Problems arose after lawmakers aggressively cut personal income taxes at Gov. Sam Brownback’s urging to stimulate the economy.
The Kansas Historical Society has removed an 1860s illustration depicting an election in the state’s territorial period.