Two $1 million Powerball winning tickets were sold in the state, one in the southwest and one in south central Kansas.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism began offering new five-year hunting, fishing and hunt/fish licenses on January 1st.
Lawmakers across Kansas have been pushing for an independent audit of the Department for Children and Families.
Three men arrested earlier this month in Saline County were indicted Wednesday on federal drug charges.
Gov. Brownback orders all state funding to Planned Parenthood through the Kansas Medicaid program be cut.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says in spite of budget shortfalls, he doesn’t want to change the state’s tax policy.
Three Junction City men have been arrested in a kidnapping, robbery and shooting.
It’s a record breaking lottery and as the number rises, so do the players.
One man was injured in a shooting Wednesday. It happened just after noon in the 2700 block of North Amidon at a convenience store.
A sterling silver spoon that belonged to one of the Kansas Territory’s earliest settlers will now be kept at the state’s history museum.
Rep. Jim Ward is announcing the roll out of a new email to provide Kansans with an avenue to voice concerns regarding DCF.
A lottery official says the estimated Powerball jackpot remains at $1.5 billion.
Members of a legislative committee are scheduled to meet Wednesday after they delayed approval of an audit into DCF last month.
Gov. Sam Brownback releasing the details of his plan for balancing the next state budget.
An Oklahoma couple on their way to Texas had more than $25,000 taken at a Topeka Wal-Mart days before Christmas.