The Kansas Senate’s top leader says one of its committees is likely to reconsider a dress code for women imposed by its chairman.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families will launch a new employment and training pilot training program.
Dillons on Friday announced that it would be closing the store located on Fourth Street.
Wichita police are investigating a suspicious package. It is happening at 21st Street and Ridge Road .
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has approved an application from the Sedgwick County Zoo to import elephants from Swaziland, Africa.
Fort Hays State University had the highest rate, with 6.9 percent of in-state freshmen and 9.7 percent of out-of-state freshmen.
Corrections officials say no weekend visitors will be allowed for inmates in the central unit.
Appeals court won’t allow Kansas’ 1st-in-nation ban on common 2nd-trimester abortion method.
A Senate committee chairman has imposed a dress code for Kansas residents testifying on an elections or ethics bill.
The court said the proposed ordinance should have been presented along with the petition.
The FBI says two people have been shot to death, including a bank employee, during a bank robbery.
A top social services official says Kansas will ask the federal government within six months to recertify one of its two mental hospitals.
Pro-abortion rights Kansas House members plan to introduce three bills aimed at increasing access to reproductive health care.
Some low-income Kansas families are worried about the funding for the state’s health insurance program for kids.
A two-vehicle collision in Harvey County Thursday sent one person to a hospital and another with possible injuries