The National Weather Service issued a blizzard watch Monday for northwest Kansas, forecasting high winds, rain and several inches of snow.
Two Kansas lawmakers who voted against school funding changes have been removed from a Kansas House committee.
Commissioners have approved a plan to name an aquatic center after a Topeka company that’s contributing $1 million to the project.
Members have opposed a shooting range and gun shop proposed for a location across the street from the district’s college and career center.
The movement of the elephants from Swaziland could be delayed which will have a domino effect on the opening of the exhibit.
The six fires that spread out over 80 acres in Saline and Dickinson counties on Sunday appear to have been set.
A nationwide shortage of qualified truck drivers is impacting the trucking industry in Kansas.
Racial tensions are growing at the University of Kansas with a call for three top Student Senate leaders to resign.
A man was shot to death early Sunday morning in Great Bend, according to the Great Bend Police Department.
Kansas isn’t likely to see executions soon or a shift in how its Supreme Court handles capital murder cases.
Kansas has more than 7,000 precinct seats per party, but fewer than a fifth of Democratic seats are occupied.
The quake was recorded at 3:45 a.m. Sunday, 18 miles northwest of Fairview – about 155 miles northwest of Oklahoma City.
Nationwide, the Department of Veterans Affairs say they’re working hard to better serve veterans.
Gov. Sam Brownback announced he intends to try to block President’s Obama’s decision to transfer Guantanamo Bay prisoners to the U.S.
School leaders are asking for a new definition of funding for the classroom following Governor remarks on school finance.