A federal court has given Kansas until this Tuesday to respond before it makes its ruling.
The attorney general’s office received more than 9,800 applications for concealed carry licenses in the recently ended 2015 fiscal year.
The latest government snapshot of crops in Kansas shows the winter wheat harvest is 96 percent completed.
Officials knew in mid-June that associate superintendent Chris Ruder was suspected of charging personal expenses.
Sedgwick County Commissioners released their 2016 proposed budget on Monday. It includes not building two EMS stations.
Butler County dispatch says one person is in critical condition and three others are injured after a rollover accident Monday evening.
The city of Newton is dealing with a shortage of police officers right now.
The newest apartment complex in Great Bend is almost finished and it’s prompting a lot of excitement.
Three earthquakes shake Oklahoma and south Kansas Monday afternoon.
Fort Riley officials say the fort’s marina is closed because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae at the north end of Milford Lake.
The district will spend up to $180,000 to train up to 50 of their own employees to teach special education.
A federal judge has dismissed the indictment against seven men accused in 2012 of cheating investors out of $132 million.
Crews have recovered the body of a drowning victim from a lake at a state park in eastern Kansas.
Kansas State University says it has received $141.5 million in gift pledges in the fiscal year that just ended.
A court notation on Monday shows Stephen Schneider and his wife, Linda, will be resentenced Aug. 31.