A 25-year-old man has pleaded guilty in a traffic crash that killed a part-time police officer.
President Obama is expected to announce changes that will address the United States’ growing drug problem
The USGS says the quake hit at 11:53 p.m. local time and had a depth of 4.9 km.
The state will increase starting pay for nurses at Osawatomie State Hospital, which is struggling with staffing problems.
Rancher losses about $150,000 in cattle due to Anderson Creek Fire.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture on Monday announced several ways people could help farmers and ranchers affected by the wildfires.
The Kansas Adjutant General’s Department reports that crews have made significant progress in battling south-central Kansas wildfires.
Concerns are mounting over freeze damage to winter wheat crops that had broken dormancy .
The percentage of minority students enrolled at the state’s public colleges and universities increased 1.4 percen.
Superintendent John Allison will meet with more than 100 high school students to ask for their opinions on proposed budget cuts
One person is in custody following a bomb threat Monday to Smith Center High School.
Democrats say the bill benefits wealthier districts over poorer districts.
Officials say a Derby man was arrested in connection to a high-speed pursuit in Kingman and Pratt counties on Saturday.
Wichita police will be monitoring the construction at Kellogg and Webb Road.
The sentencing phase of Kyle Flack’s trial began Monday. He was found guilty last week of killing four.