A Madison, Kansas woman has been was ordered to pay more than $10,000 in restitution related to Medicaid fraud.
The tunnels under the hotel are open again after being refurbished.
The government’s first corn production forecast of the season anticipates a good 2015 harvest in Kansas.
The public pension system for Kansas teachers and government workers says its long-term financial health improved last year.
Kansas officials are defending the state’s decision to sell $1 billion in bonds in an effort to boost the financial health of its public pen…
Youtube user Isabel Santos posted a video of her bulldog named Diesel last week with him playing with a box.
The Sublette school district says that block grant and reduced funding has them looking at ways to cut costs.
Authorities have identified a 19-year-old man struck and killed by a vehicle on a highway in Johnson County.
The Kansas Department of Revenue information technology department is currently working on the issue.
A new industry report shows retail sales of farm tractors up nearly 19 percent this past July when compared to the same month a year ago.
A hearing has been pushed back for a 21-year-old Topeka man charged with plotting to plant a bomb at Fort Riley.
As students gear up for the fall semester, safety officials want to remind kids, parents, and drivers to be aware.
An Olathe woman has been charged with murder in the death of her newborn baby.
Local school leaders and Governor Sam Brownback disagree over how block grant funding can be used.
The 20th Judicial District Juvenile Services in Great Bend had five percent of their budget cut in the last round of the 62 million dollar s…