Turnaround day is Friday. It’s the last day for bills to get onto the house or senate floor, or the idea is dead. Big deal is the big budget…
The Kansas Farm Bureau was in Dodge City on Thursday as part of their Stop Fowl Play public outreach campaign.
Kansas lawmakers are delaying action on a bill that would reduce sentences for the first two marijuana possession offenses.
As lawmakers float ideas to fix the budget problem, one idea has sparked a lot of frustration among the farming community.
The bill advanced Thursday would authorize $1 billion in bonds to shore up the financial health of KPERS, the Kansas Public Employees Retire…
Kansas senators have expressed skepticism over the usefulness of Gov. Sam Brownback’s Rural Opportunity Zones program.
A Wellington mother, accused of brutally murdering her 10-year-old son, made an appearance in court Thursday regarding a mental evaluation.
An inmate caused damage in the Kingman County Courthouse as he was being escorted back to jail after a court appearance.
The compromise bill would allow each side of the negotiations to bring five issues that would have to be addressed in addition to pay.
Police say Janina Vasquez’s body was discovered in a 25-foot well near the Missouri River on Feb. 19.
High school students Ryan Lee from Wichita and Amy Lightfoot from Colorado Springs have won WSU’s Harry Gore Memorial Scholarships.
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill to allow people to carry concealed guns.
A sheriff in northeastern Kansas’ Pottawatomie County says foul play isn’t suspected in the death of a 24-year-old jail inmate.
Topeka zoo officials say a 20-year-old black bear died during spinal surgery.
The Senate’s agenda for Thursday was especially crowded ahead of the Legislature’s annual “turnaround” deadline.