Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is urging the Kansas Supreme Court to not unnecessarily abandon the state’s ban on same-sex marriages.
Voters in Saline County passed a resolution that would increase their number of county commissioners from three to five.
A Holcomb farmer and his wife and two children were killed in their home by two ex-convicts who were trying to rob the home.
A college student is fixing up an historic building and turning it into a distillery.
The zoo in Great Bend has gone through a lot of changes the past five years with zoo director Scott Gregory, but he is making his departure.
Many of the 7 million consumers who got insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care law will see their premiums rise next year.
The state filed a petition after a Johnson County District Court directed that marriage licenses be issued to same-sex couples.
Snowfall amounts will range from a trace to around 2 inches across the southern most counties of the KSN viewing area.
A proposal to merge Dodge City Community College into Fort Hays State University apparently has collapsed.
According to Forbes Magazine, Kansas now ranks only 25th in the nation when it comes to “Best States for Business.”
A former Kansas attorney accused of covering up his role in a friend’s death has been ordered to pay her family nearly $300,000.
Body cameras are quickly becoming a uniform staple for local law enforcement, but they’ve been a long time coming for the Finney County jail…
The South Hutchinson court has a lot of unpaid fines, and this year they decided to start a forgiveness program to help people pay them off.
Topeka’s plan to buy a racing facility won’t go to a public vote.
The Kansas Supreme Court announced Thursday that it will begin deliberating at 8 a.m. Monday, November 17.