Fort Hays State University’s President’s Cabinet has approved for the campus to be entirely tobacco free, effective July 1, 2016.
Two workers who suffered second-degree burns underwent weeks of skin graft surgery and physical therapy.
A federal judge has tossed out a legal challenge from a national gun control group of a Kansas law.
A docket notation Friday shows the change-of-plea hearing for Terry L. Loewen is set for Monday afternoon.
If you’ve never given fishing a try but would like to cast a line, you can do it for free the weekend of June 6 and 7.
The Wichita Art Museum is spending $3 million to add new gardens, pathways and an amphitheater to its outdoors.
A WSU student-teacher has been charged with unlawful sexual relations with a student at Heights High School.
The governor has threatened to veto any plan raising business taxes by more than $24 million.
Lenders cited lower commodity prices, rising operating costs and softening cash rents
A southeast Kansas sheriff is considering whether to sell a piece of history to help fund other needs.
This year’s session is now the second longest ever, surpassed only by 2002’s 107 days.
A data software problem will delay the opening of the emergency room at a Topeka veterans hospital for at least six weeks.
The Hutchinson Correctional Facility is set to host its annual Wild Horse Adoption and Open House.
Here are a collection of photos sent in by KSN viewers on June 4, 2015.
A tax plan to help balance the state budget has been defeated in the Kansas House.