Attorneys and state officials say it’s too early to tell if justices of the Kansas Supreme Court will approve changes made this week to the state’s Hard 50 prison sentence.
Police say someone used a BB gun to shoot out the windows. They’ve taken about 30 reports of damage from areas in the north, west and south part of town.
Kansas officials say the state will join several others in letting a federal waiver that allows an estimated 20,000 Kansans to receive food assistance without keeping a job expire.
The truth about sarin gas and why its so deadly.
The Kansas Senate has confirmed Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointment of his chief counsel to the state Court of Appeals.
A new report from the National Agricultural Statistics Service shows the Kansas corn crop maturing far more slowly than normal.
The Kansas Senate has sent Gov. Sam Brownback a bill revising a state law allowing 50-year sentences in certain murder cases to fix a constitutional flaw.
We are beginning to learn more about the Butler County Sheriff’s deputy who was hurt after a shoot-out with a suspect. The deputy was wearing a bulletproof vest and it may have saved his life.
Critics of a Kansas law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship when registering want legislators to repeal it during their special session.
A Kansas Senate committee has approved Gov. Sam Brownback’s nomination of his chief counsel for an open seat on the state Court of Appeals.
EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) — Bestselling author James Patterson has given $48,000 to pay for scholarships for Emporia State University teaching students.
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SALINA, Kan. (AP) — A presentation on the recently excavated Kanza Indian village near Wichita is planned this week.
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Kansas legislators are having a special session to address a proposed change to the state’s “Hard 50″ prison sentence in response to a June U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s nominee for the Kansas Court of Appeals encouraged “forcible resistance” to try to save the life of Terri Schiavo.
Legislators plan to make quick work of fixing the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law beginning Tuesday.