Three Cherokee County employees face felony drug charges.
The emergency room at Topeka’s VA hospital will reopen after being closed more than a year.
Monday’s Supreme Court decision will allow Kansans to vote at the Federal level without providing proof of citizenship.
Kansas DCF reports the USDA awarded the state over $621,000 for improvements to its payment error rate on food assistance program.
The state of Kansas has been ordered to pay about $54 Million more to K-12 education. Attorney General got it put on hold.
The Muslim tradition of iftar dates back more than 1,400 years, but the idea of sharing it with non-Muslims in Wichita is a newer concept.
A federal judge is giving a man accused of plotting to bomb an Army installation more time to review the evidence against him.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said of Monday’s decision, “Today’s ruling is a big win for anyone who pays for electricity.”
The University of Kansas will offer a meditation and reflection room for people of all faiths and beliefs, beginning this fall.
The Supreme Court will continue allowing residents Kansas to register to vote using a federal form without proof of citizenship.
A child advocacy group says children in a third of Kansas counties don’t have access to summer food programs.
18-year-old Kaleb James Montgomery of Marion died on the scene Saturday morning after the collision.
An Emporia man was injured in a one-vehicle crash Sunday on Road L in Lyon County.
New numbers from a farm management company show the cost of high-quality land is falling in Kansas.
Severe weather last week has farmers in some parts of Kansas worried about losing their crops.