The Kansas House has taken a step to restore guaranteed teacher tenure after GOP lawmakers ended it in 2014.
Dr. Alicia Thompson will be first minority and first appointed woman to lead USD 259 schools.
Wichita police continue to investigate after a shot was fired during a store robbery.
A bill to expand Medicaid in Kansas is likely dead after House Speaker Ron Ryckman Jr. indicated he wouldn’t revive it.
Kansas lawmakers heard testimony Monday on a bill that would legalize marijuana for medical use only.
Authorities say two teenage cousins have died in a Kansas City crash.
The Hutchinson Fire Department responded to a building fire Monday night.
The K-96 ramp to westbound Kellogg is officially closed until 2021.
The fate of the city’s pools are at stake on Tuesday where council members will vote on which will close and which will stay open.
The hearing for the new farm bill will be held on Thursday at K-State.
Dodge City’s schools will have counselors to help students cope with the tragedy.
Kansas lawmakers won’t vote on expanding Medicaid until at least April 3.
On Monday, the folks at Allmetal Recycling presented a $15,000 check to the organization.
Legislators are skeptical of estimates for projected savings in spending on public schools included in Gov. Brownback’s budget proposals.
The Wichita City Council will look at plans to improve or close up to nine city pools on Tuesday. It is part of the Aquatics Master Plan.