A proposal to allow Kansas residents 21 or older to carry concealed firearms without a state permit has received first-round approval.
The House voted 98-26 to outlaw the dilation and evacuation procedure.
Sophomore Marcus Foster and freshman Tre Harris have been dismissed and sophomore Jevon Thomas will be transferring to be closer to home.
Health advocates and business owners are divided over proposed increases in cigarette and alcohol taxes in Kansas.
A proposal has been introduced in the Kansas Senate to spell out grounds for impeaching state Supreme Court justices
We have a new recall to tell you about Tuesday from Blue Bell ice cream.
Kansas has not held a presidential primary since 1992, and lawmakers are advancing a bill to stop the state from scheduling such a contest.
The body of a man found Tuesday near 31st Street South and Broadway has been identified.
A committee is considering a new funding plan that would tie some state aid to public schools to how well students do after high school.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports two earthquakes Tuesday morning in Sumner County.
The Albert Fire Department and Barton County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a barn fire Monday afternoon.
The Kansas Senate has approved a new proposal for controlling the cost of mental health drugs in the state’s Medicaid program.
A Lawrence man was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for marketing synthetic marijuana.
The Olathe man was convicted and sentenced to die in 2003 in Kansas for the deaths of a Michigan woman and another from Indiana.
A former loan officer for a Great Bend bank will be sentenced June 8 after pleading guilty to bank fraud.