Last weekend’s ice storm hit western Kansas the hardest, and it’s left thousands of people without power still.
The Kansas Board of Regents will ask the legislature to restore $30 million in funding that was cut last year.
A Massachusetts man was arrested on suspicion of soliciting nude photos from a 9-year-old California girl.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office said a student at Seaman High School was killed in the crash.
Police in Wellington are investigating a possible case of dog abuse.
Republican Rep. John Whitmer of Wichita said Tuesday his bill also would impose the same policy for locker rooms
Members of the Kansas National Guard will be on hand to support inaugural activities when Donald Trump is sworn in.
The Senate’s debate Tuesday came after the House approved the measure last week.
Several Kansas lawmakers are seeking to weaken a law that will allow concealed guns on state college campuses starting this summer.
The ice is starting to melt off the power lines. It is causing the wires to touch and burn, which means more outages.
Major US Dairy Producers will be paying out $52,000,000 to settle a class action antitrust lawsuit against them.
The organization had already issued an emergency blood donation appeal earlier in the month but now the situation is worse.
Area farmers said they are welcoming the much needed moisture.
The aftermath of the ice storm that blanketed much of western Kansas has many people still living in the dark.
Now that the storm is over, residents and city crews are trying to clean up the mess this weekend’s storm left behind.