Police in Salina are looking for a man they say tried to kill another man with a knife early Sunday morning.
Heavy storms have led to flash flooding in southern Kansas.
A Kansas agency and a University of Kansas center for mental health research are cutting ties.
Bookstores serving students at the two largest universities in Kansas are closing, largely because of dwindling textbook sales.
The Associated Press used open record requests to document who was traveling in the state’s nine-passenger plane.
A south-central Kansas sheriff says a man who fell 120 feet while working on a wind turbine is expected to survive.
A 40-year-old woman has been sentenced to about 25 years in prison for killing a Lawrence woman in 2014.
Southeast Missouri authorities say they have found the body of a missing 66-year-old Kansas man, whose death appears suspicious.
Documents show Secretary of State Kris Kobach frequently flies in the state-owned plane to promote voter ID efforts outside of Kansas.
A New Zealand woman is trying to get charges filed against a man who harassed her online while he was a student at a Lawrence high school.
People at an American Legion post in Wichita have started combing through the rubble after a fire destroyed their building on Monday.
Public employees in Kansas now can carry concealed firearms while they’re on the job.
The maximum security unit at the Lansing Correctional Facility is on lockdown after “altercations” between inmates and staff.
The Kansas budget took another hit in the month of June, once again falling short of revenue projections.
Voting rights groups are appealing a judge’s order which they say threatens to disenfranchise tens of thousands of voters.