Kansas State University is under fire after a pair of lawsuits were filed in federal court on Wednesday.
The Kansas Department of Transportation announced Wednesday it is delaying some projects that were scheduled for fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
Students and staff at a Kansas elementary school have created a special thank you video for the firefighters and volunteers.
The federal government has agreed to provide screening resources to the Salina Regional Airport.
Governor Sam Brownback Wednesday issued a statement outlining his plan to balance the state’s budget.
Big money needed, big decisions on the way. Lawmakers showing frustration.
The crowds were overwhelming over the weekend during the grand opening.
It’s been a long-running debate whether the state should expand Medicaid coverage. Now, health care leaders in Wichita are speaking up.
The new forecast drafted Wednesday would leave the state with budget shortfalls totaling more than $290 million.
A man wanted on drug charges in Kansas was taken down in western New York.
Olathe is providing bottled water to residents of one neighborhood as a precaution after high lead levels were detected.
A federal appeals court has rejected a nonprofit group’s claim that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism.
Richard Myers, the new interim president of Kansas State University, says he’s not planning to make many changes
The Justice Department sued Angel Dillard in 2011 for sending a threatening letter to Mila Means over abortions.
Archaeologists think they have a better idea of where bodies are buried near the Fort Larned National Historic Site.