Figures from Kansas legislative researchers show that total state aid to public schools would rise under a new Republican funding plan.
The Fort Hays State University Department of Geosciences will offer the first FHSU course on storm-chasing during the summer 2015 term.
Maize Superintendent Doug Powers on Thursday announced that he has submitted his resignation effective June 30.
A sign above the roller coaster that read “Last Warning – Do not stand up – sit down!” was stolen from Joyland.
The Kansas plaintiffs are Sherman County Sheriff Burton Pianalto and Charles Moser, attorney for Sherman, Wallace and Greeley counties.
A Kansas Senate panel is set to decide whether to endorse Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s nominee to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Johnson County and Kansas health officials say a student at an eastern Kansas high school has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.
The proposal unveiled Thursday replaces the state’s existing formula for distributing aid to school districts.
Kansas would prohibit adults who receive cash assistance from using it to patronize strip clubs or buy sexually oriented materials.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce opposes Gov. Brownback’s proposal to slow future income tax cuts to help balance the state budget.
Police and emergency crews offer tips on avoiding tragedy.
The owner of a Salina Pump Mart is in trouble again, and this time his wife has been arrested, too.
Wichita police are looking for the suspects wanted in a shooting outside the QuikTrip at Pawnee and Hillside Tuesday morning.
A section of US-81 has reopened after crews worked to remove a semi hanging off a bridge in northern Kansas.