A middle school teacher has been suspended with pay after allegedly making racist comments during class.
The new leader of Fort Riley has taken command.
Police say a man is in custody after he allegedly tried to choke a 4-month-old baby at a Walmart.
The Kansas law requires people who register to vote to provide documentary proof of citizenship
Researchers have found that the bond debt in Kansas has more than tripled in size since the late 1990s.
Bethel College President Perry White says he will resign at the end of the current school year.
Kansas regulators are threatening to halt the $12.2 billion sale of Topeka-based Westar Energy to Great Plains Energy
Authorities in Lincoln County are investigating a house explosion. It happened Wednesday morning near Beverly.
A Salina man is facing federal charges connected with alleged child sex crimes.
Changes are on the way to the Delano district, but before that happens, the city wants input from the public.
KSN News poll shows 68 percent of likely Kansas voters want the LLC tax break exemption law to change.
In the wake of an attack that targeted a mosque, churches are showing their support.
Sixty eight percent of Kansans said funding for education should be increased in latest KSN News poll.
The FBI teamed up with local law enforcement to target human trafficking.
Construction plans for Great Bend’s transload facility are slowly coming together.