Former Bel Aire chief John Daily pleaded guilty Tuesday in Wichita to a count of theft of government money, property or records.
A Missouri man was sentenced to five years of probation for the beating death of a man in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium.
The Kansas Attorney General says the state will join lawsuit challenging the federal reinterpretation of Title IX to cover gender identity.
Leaders have abandoned an effort to pass legislation to respond to the state Supreme Court’s latest decision on education funding.
General Mills is recalling about 10 million pounds of its flour over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak in 20 states.
The university says in a federal court filing that the school was not at fault in the alleged rape of Daisy Tackett.
Leaders of the Legislature’s GOP supermajorities weren’t sure whether they’d attempt to rewrite school finance laws Wednesday.
The nonbinding resolution comes after the Supreme Court ruled that legislators failed to equitably fund 286 public school districts.
Lawmakers have one more day in session, and many say they will not work on court mandate for school finance.
Investigation reveals that “passenger” was actually the driver in fatal crash.
The Wichita Republican issued a statement Tuesday saying the state’s attorneys have not had enough time to analyze the decision.
Sierra was sentenced Tuesday in a Saline County court.
After the deal closes, Westar will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Great Plains Energy.
Close to 100 people showed their support for the family of missing 11-year-old, Devon Dean Cooley.
The Hodgeman County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man stealing cattle early Sunday morning.