A national group’s push to redefine and outlaw a procedure commonly used in second trimester abortions is advancing in Kansas.
Kansas education officials have created an online tool to allow the public to comment about math, reading and writing standards.
A strike by dockworkers on the West Coast is having an impact on some workers in Hutchinson.
State officials say they will indefinitely postpone plans to change the way Kansas motorists are notified when vehicle tags need to be renew…
In a KSN investigation, we take a closer look at Superfund Toxic Sites, as designated by the EPA, in Wichita.
There is pushback from the Latino community against the controversial state senate bill known as the “Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
The proposed tax increase on tobacco products, also known as the “Sin Tax”, was a hot topic at the statehouse in Topeka Thursday.
“People don’t come to Kansas for our mountains and beaches,” they come for quality of life and education. Parents and school leaders listen …
There are a lot of two lane highways in rural Kansas. Head on collisions can happen.
A new government report shows Kansas had 800 fewer farms last year compared to 2013.
The organization known as Go Wichita for the past eight years has changed its name to Visit Wichita.
A Wichita man pleaded guilty in federal court in Wichita to a robbery charge.
KU has approved a resolution encouraging the Kansas Board of Regents to adopt a policy that ensures that students expelled for sexual miscon…
A hawk caught breaking and entering a Kansas City bedroom now has a new home.
Online recall petitions are not valid in this state, and no governor has been recalled in Kansas.