More than 2,100 Kansans dropped off 100,281 pounds of documents at 12 locations across the state.
The Kansas House has approved a bill to give lawmakers more control over the state’s use of debt to finance big building projects.
Drivers on I-235 north of Zoo Boulevard and south of K-96 will notice traffic slowdowns in this area beginning today.
Seven justices are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline.
A teen pilot returns to scene of where he and his girlfriend crashed Friday afternoon.
Dry and breezy conditions are once again sparking grass fires in Sedgwick and nearby counties.
A consultant working to clean up contamination at a former Salina military base says the project is moving forward.
The Kansas Highway Patrol said the driver of a 1999 Toyota Camry was attempting to make a U-turn on the highway when she turned in front of …
Highway 54 was temporarily shut down in El Dorado after a crash that left five people injured.
Eboni Fingal entered a guilty plea to involuntary manslaughter and robbery in the shooting death of Rayan Ibrahim Baba.
Republican lawmakers argue they may never be able to meet the Kansas Supreme Court’s demands for fairness in education funding.
Bradley Struble, an escapee from the Winfield Correctional Facility, has been recaptured in Arkansas City.
Some Sedgwick County lawmakers got together in Andover Saturday and held a public forum. The discussion got quite heated at times.
Two communities came together Saturday to support the victims of the Hesston shooting this past February.
A four-month investigation into a University of Kansas professor who used a racial slur in class has concluded.