Scrap thieves who do more than $5,000 worth of damage when stealing valuable metals would face jail time under a bill.
The Taxation Committee was convening Wednesday to consider revenue-raising proposals.
Wichita father, Mark Jordan, sits down exclusively with KSN News to discuss his experience with Kansas’ child protective services agency.
To meet recreational standards, water needs to be no higher than 235 CFU/100 mL. Our test showed levels at 4,610/100 mL.
Security at Eisenhower National Airport found a loaded gun Monday afternoon in a passenger’s carry on bag.
One school district has a funding dilemma right now. The state sent Mulvane emergency funds, but it was much “less than” requested.
With just two days left in the school year, USD 457 is scrambling to build a reliable budget for next year.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill clarifying the legality of fantasy leagues.
The state has temporarily taken over a Topeka nursing home after its owners couldn’t make payroll.
A pedestrian bridge at a Topeka race track has collapsed as a dump truck loaded with dirt crossed it.
AG Derek Schmidt announced a lawsuit against cancer charities, who allegedly scammed more than $187 million from customers.
Officials with the police department say they are designed to reach 15 percent of Wichita’s population that is Hispanic or Latino.
John R. Harwood Jr., 46, of Abilene, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for at least 25 years.
The Senate passed the legislation 37-0 on Tuesday after the House approved it 119-3 earlier in the day.
Brownback signed a bill that overhauls the state’s unemployment insurance program.