The Muslim tradition of iftar dates back more than 1,400 years, but the idea of sharing it with non-Muslims in Wichita is a newer concept.
A federal judge is giving a man accused of plotting to bomb an Army installation more time to review the evidence against him.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said of Monday’s decision, “Today’s ruling is a big win for anyone who pays for electricity.”
The University of Kansas will offer a meditation and reflection room for people of all faiths and beliefs, beginning this fall.
The Supreme Court will continue allowing residents Kansas to register to vote using a federal form without proof of citizenship.
A child advocacy group says children in a third of Kansas counties don’t have access to summer food programs.
18-year-old Kaleb James Montgomery of Marion died on the scene Saturday morning after the collision.
An Emporia man was injured in a one-vehicle crash Sunday on Road L in Lyon County.
New numbers from a farm management company show the cost of high-quality land is falling in Kansas.
Severe weather last week has farmers in some parts of Kansas worried about losing their crops.
Solar energy advocates have raised concerns about Westar Energy’s request for new financial setups for Kansas households with solar panels.
A 15-year-old boy has died of injuries he suffered in a crash in Reno County on June 24th.
A Pitts biplane crashed at the Cameron Airshow on Saturday afternoon in Cameron, Mo.
Chase County crash leaves one person dead. K150 highway is closed in both directions as a result of the crash.
A complaint against a Kansas lawmaker who accused some colleagues of being “racist bigots” has been dismissed.