A judge has denied a KU student’s request to have records from a research center subject to open records laws.
Spokesman Adam Pfannenstiel said Wednesday that such cuts would compromise public safety.
Frazier Glenn Miller is charged with capital murder in a shooting spree that killed three people at Jewish sites in Kansas.
A new government report paints a more upbeat forecast for the size of the Kansas winter wheat crop in the wake of plentiful rains.
Wesley Medical Center officials kicked off construction of Wesley’s $28 million children’s hospital on Wednesday.
Voters in the Maize school district approved a $70.7 million bond issue for several projects including storm shelters.
Police say a man used a candy bar in place of a weapon.
A 4-year-old girl has been taken to a hospital after being pulled out of a hotel pool in Mulvane.
The measure was passed overwhelmingly by both chambers and Brownback signed it Tuesday.
Republicans in the GOP-dominated Kansas House are working on a new plan for raising taxes to balance the next state budget.
A Wichita man died in an accident in east Wichita. It happened on Greenwich between 31st and 39th Street South.
The culinary community continues remembering Tanya Tandoc. This, the same day the man arrested in Tandoc’s murder is formally charged.
The $59 million bond issue to improve facilities and operations for USD 261 received an overwhelming endorsement.
Doubts are growing that Kansas legislators will raise taxes to avoid steep spending cuts.
Kansas agriculture officials have issued an order prohibiting movement of Kansas poultry to stop the spread of bird flu.