A Salina woman who was injured in a head-on crash early Wednesday has died at a Wichita hospital.
Wichita police have arrested a suspect connected to several robberies last year.
A proposal that would reverse an income tax break for Kansas business owners has emerged from negotiations among legislators.
A man who voted illegally in both Kansas and Nebraska in 2012 has been fined $5,500.
People are remembering a long-time educator and the impact she had on the Wichita community.
A Hugoton man was seriously injured in a one-vehicle roll-over crash in Grant County Thursday afternoon.
Still, most of Andover’s public schools do not have storm shelters.
The Rev. Franklin Graham on Thursday addressed thousands of people waving miniature American flags outside the Kansas Statehouse.
Topeka Fire Marshal Michael Martin says the damaged building housed 20 motel rooms.
Eaton Corp. says it is cutting 30 percent of its jobs at a Hutchinson, Kansas, hydraulics plant, affecting 42 workers.
Another state has agreed to recognize Kansas concealed carry licenses.
National Take Back Day is coming up in Kansas on Saturday.
Heavy rain has washed out several sections of railroad track and caused untreated wastewater to be released.
Five people were hurt in a crash in Russell County on Thursday morning.
Authorities have confirmed that lightning caused a fire that destroyed a suburban Kansas City home.