39-year-old Floyd Bledsoe was convicted in 1999 for killing his 14-year-old sister-in-law.
Under state law, Kansas universities must allow concealed weapons on campus beginning July 1, 2017.
A second recall petition for Richard Ranzau will be filed by a group after first one was denied.
A Junction City man’s sentence of life in prison for trafficking cocaine has been reduced.
An ice storm caused additional bricks to fall off an already deteriorated building.
Pearl Harbor veterans honored those who survived at the Robert J. Dole Medical Center on the anniversary of the attack.
The money would go to the need to improve aging water infrastructure.
The debate over same-sex couples as foster parents in Kansas continues, as KSN continues our investigation into policies at DCF.
The Abengoa plant in Hugoton also closed, laying off about 70 people in Stevens County.
Theresa Vail, star of “Limitless with Theresa Vail,” and two hunting guides are charged with misdemeanors.
The Kansas Historical Foundation says it has received the largest grant in its history.
Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss is removing himself from a lawsuit that involves the high court’s administrative power.
Kansas lawmakers are speaking out after the president’s address Sunday night saying gun control isn’t the answer.
A pedestrian who died after being struck by a commercial tractor-trailer has been identified as a southwest Kansas woman.
The University of Kansas is one of two universities in the state that provides storage for guns on campus.