A Kansas prosecutor has agreed to delay his lawsuit against the Kansas Corporation Commission over alleged open meetings violations while the utility regulatory board reviews its policies.
The White House says it can’t fulfill a request to deem a group that protests at soldiers’ funerals a hate group.
One of nine defendants charged in the shooting death of a Topeka woman has pleaded no contest.
Police in a northeast Kansas community have detained a 14-year-old boy after the fatal shooting of his father.
City leaders heard from Joe Self Chevrolet managers on Tuesday. The business is asking the city to look at a different design for Kellogg and Webb.
The Obama administration unexpectedly announced a one-year delay, until 2105, in a central requirement of the new health care law that medium and large companies provide coverage.
The Kansas board that regulates utilities has approved operational changes after replacing its top staff member and facing allegations that it violated the state’s Open Meetings Act.
A federal judge has given another win to a Nebraska gas firm in the condemnation of more than 9,100 acres in south-central Kansas.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved a request from the Kansas Water Office to increase the amount of water being stored for the state in John Redmond Reservoir in east-central Kansas.
The attorney general of Kansas has been named to a leadership position in the National Association of Attorneys General.
Defense attorneys have until mid-September to file pretrial motions on behalf of a northeast Kansas doctor accused of having unlicensed employees write hundreds of prescriptions for powerful painkillers.
Proposal would increase rates for residential and small business. Select big business could see a lowering of rates.
Major changes to the concealed carry law in Kansas as licensed gun owners across the state are now given the right to carry their weapons in some government buildings.
Federal environmental regulators say the Kansas Department of Transportation has agreed to pay $477,500 to settle alleged violations of the Clean Water Act at three road construction sites.
The Topeka Police Department doesn’t have the necessary funding for a safer, more efficient way to hand out citations.