Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today filed the State’s formal appeal with the Kansas Supreme Court in the school finance litigation.
When officials realized that many of their first responders weren’t vaccinated, they decided that would have to change.
Federal health officials say more than 96,000 consumers have signed up for health insurance coverage in Kansas.
The school districts will receive rebates through EPA’s Diesel Emissions Reduction Act funding to replace existing diesel school buses.
Dennis Schoenebeck, a 40-year YMCA veteran, informed to the Y’s Board of Directors of his intent to retire, effective January 1, 2016.
Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick says he opposes Gov. Brownback’s proposals to increase tobacco and alcohol taxes.
Fire officials say a worker cleaning the fire pit at the Gates Bar-B-Q in Independence accidentally started a blaze.
Kansas City police release surveillance video showing gunman spray a city bus with bullets, injuring a 15-year-old girl.
Hallmark Cards plans to end printing work at its Litho-Krome printing subsidiary in Georgia and transfer the work to Lawrence.
Jurors deliberated over 28 counts, including premeditated murder, rape, aggravated criminal sodomy, and sexual exploitation of a child.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says more new businesses were formed in Kansas in 2014.
Mardi Gras 2015 is officially over and the last tipsy revelers in New Orleans have been cleared from city streets.
A judge on Tuesday sentenced 42-year-old Rhonda Bridge of Overland Park, Kansas.
A fire last night heavily damaged a home in east Wichita. It broke out around 9:45 p.m. in the 200 block of South Green.
A teacher and middle-school cross country coach from Liberal, Kansas, won Shrove Tuesday’s International Pancake Day Race in her hometown.