The five-term Republican congresswoman had a raucous town hall meeting Monday in Lawrence.
A Kansas legislator is standing by a comment he made in a letter comparing Planned Parenthood with a Nazi concentration camp.
Douglas County authorities are still trying to identify a body found in a burning car last week near Clinton Lake.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a final disaster declaration covering 20 counties following last week’s wildfires.
Agencies across the State of Kansas are collecting donations for Reno County fire victims.
At a town hall meeting, Garden City residents discuss immigrants and refugees with Rep. Marshall.
Farmers and ranchers affected by the wildfires in Kansas and Oklahoma are getting much needed supplies.
Wichitans are still going #BlueForBrian, showing their support by continuing their fundraising efforts for Officer Arterburn.
The students have been raising money and applying for grants to bring back their library.
Garden City residents ask Congressman Marshall to reconsider the American Health Care Act.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is urging residents to avoid scams by transient contractors or price gouging.
Ways to help the victims of the Kansas wildfires.
Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is extending its annual cookie sale by one week.
Twenty-one-year-old LaDeisha Brown of Wichita was sentenced Monday to four years and three months in prison.
The U.S. attorney for the District of Kansas, Tom Beall, is not among federal prosecutors who were asked to resign.