A Shawnee County judge has sentenced a 40-year-old Topeka man to two consecutive life sentences for two murders more than a decade apart.
The Gardner Edgerton Board of Education has fired the district’s superintendent and two top administrators.
If you ran out of ice melt after the last winter storm, you may be out of luck.
Kansas Department of Transportation crews are also busy prepping to keep highways safe.
State commerce officials say exports by Kansas companies grew by 6.46 percent in 2013, pushed by growth in the sales of cereals and other agricultural products.
A third person has been charged in the 2013 death of a 27-year-old Salina woman.
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill abolishing political action committees formed by legislative leaders in both parties after a bitter partisan debate.
The Kansas House has given first-round approval to a bill to make police documents explaining the reasons behind arrests open to the public.
Kansas House members are preparing to approve a bill that would add four southern counties to a program that seeks to boost population and economic development in rural areas.
Republicans in the Kansas Senate ensured Wednesday that they’ll still be able to hold occasional closed meetings to hash out strategy and air gripes, even when most of the chamber’s members are present.
Authorities have found a missing East Texas teenager who had been the subject of a multistate Amber Alert.
Two creatures dating to the period when Kansas was a vast ocean are a step closer to receiving designation as the state’s official fossils.
Early in November, the state fire marshall gave Thomas More Prep-Marian a shock when he decided the building wasn’t up to code, and that they couldn’t hold any basketball games there.
A problem that caused repeated Amber Alert notifications in the Lawrence area last week has been fixed.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger says a state House bill aimed at allowing Kansas to opt out of the federal health care overhaul could jeopardize Medicare funding for seniors.