Residents at an apartment complex in South Wichita are getting their lives back to normal Saturday after 30+ hour stand off with a suspect kept them from their homes.
Kansas farmers wary of scaled-down farm bill
Gov. Sam Brownback is leading a Kansas delegation this weekend on trip to China to look for opportunities to expand the state’s economy.
While investigators continue to gather evidence at Southlake Village following a stand off– some residents say they still can’t get back into their apartments.
A federal judge has postponed a hearing in a lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood against parts of a new Kansas abortion law.
Kansas State University easily set a new record for donations in the just-completed fiscal year.
The Kansas State Fair is reviving the carnival train and animal parade through Hutchinson to celebrate the fair’s 100th anniversary.
Police are awaiting autopsy results before determining how two people from North Carolina died in a hotel in a Kansas City suburb.
Attorneys for Kansas and Planned Parenthood are asking a judge to postpone a hearing in the organization’s federal lawsuit over parts of a new state abortion law.
A new government report shows the Kansas winter wheat crop is far bigger than previously forecast.
An endangered species of monkey has given birth to twins at the Topeka Zoo.
A new study finds that international trade supports about 371,000 Kansas jobs.
Authorities in Kansas City, Kan., are working to identify human remains found this week in a vacant lot.
The Kansas Department of Education wants to study a proposal to make it easier for out-of-state teachers to become licensed in Kansas.
Kansas State Board of Education members are asking state legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback to increase school funding in the next state budget by more than $670 million.