Three listeria deaths in Kansas are now linked to the ice cream, along with seven illnesses in Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona.
The soldier used stolen information to obtain lines of credit and credit cards.
Eight schools requested emergency funds from the state last month. Only five of those received funds.
The Holcomb Fire Department responded to Holcomb High School Thursday morning after a small explosion in the chemistry lab.
The Kansas House has passed a bill that would define fantasy sports as a legal activity.
A school superintendent has testified in court that the state’s new education funding law is hurting its programs..
Wichita agreed in a filing Wednesday that enactment of the ordinance should be put on hold until the courts rule.
The driver, 27-year-old Cameron D. Langley of Wichita, was southbound on I-235, just north of 25th Street North.
They sold ‘cookies for Kansas’ on April 21 in response to recent cuts to education funding.
Salina police say 6 people are arrested in the shooting.
In northwest Sedgwick County, a tornado severely damaged at least two homes in the rural part of the county.
The move would raise an estimated $164 million in each of the next fiscal years, but much more would be needed to balance the state’s budget…
Both defendants remain in state custody after being charged last month with aggravated human trafficking in the same case.
Alexander E. Blair stood silent at his arraignment Wednesday.
A federal magistrate has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a Topeka man charged with conspiracy in a plot to bomb Fort Riley.