Thirty-two-year-old Scott Bollig of WaKeeney received a sentence of 117 months Thursday.
The Kansas House has given first-round approval to a resolution calling for a convention to propose changes in the U.S. Constitution.
The ACLU is challenging a Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship when people register to vote at state motor vehicle offices.
FHSU will award its first-ever honorary doctorate in May to Robert J. “Bob” Dole. He will also be the keynote speaker.
Luis Guillermo Solis will speak May 19 at the Manhattan campus.
A Florida man is facing multiple charges after the alleged joy-ride in a backhoe.
A bill designed to lessen the amount of time the Kansas Legislature is in session has advanced in the state Senate.
A memorial will be dedicated in April to three people who were shot to death at two Jewish sites.
The weather service says outdoor burning is discouraged and any fire that begins could spread rapidly.
A Kansas man accused in connection with the fatal stabbing of a former Oregon resident has been ordered to stand trial.
A grass fire destroyed several structures and vehicles outside Arkansas City around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Wednesday night, the Goddard Public School District held its annual State of the District Address where the mood was anything but pleasant.
Just six hunting-related incidents were reported in Kansas in 2015
The layoffs at Bombardier has KSN asking questions about financial help the City of Wichita gave the company to help it grow.
The Hays Police Department reports a standoff that began earlier Wednesday ended peacefully.