A second suspect in a marijuana bust at a northeast Kansas airport has pleaded guilty.
Cleaning up the storm debris continues as city crews work to clean up the mess. They say it could weeks to recover from last night’s storm and they’re asking homeowners to do their part.
A new report says Kansas farmers planted fewer acres of corn and soybeans and more acres of sorghum this spring than in 2012.
A northeast Kansas man has been given the maximum sentence for the beating death of his 4-year-old son.
The late state Rep. Bob Bethell had a passion for finding antiques and built a large collection during his lifetime.
The City of Wichita is launching a new water rebate program hoping to conserve water and to save homeowners money on their water bill.
A new law requiring roofing contractors operating in Kansas to register with the Attorney General’s office will take effect next week.
Gov. Sam Brownback is traveling to Kansas State University to announce his appointees for three upcoming vacancies on the nine-member Board of Regents.
Supreme Court opinions likely will have little or no impact. Still, a lawsuit is a possibile avenue for changes.
Topeka authorities have arrested a man who’s accused of flashing people at the state park near the Governor’s mansion.
The commission that regulates utilities in Kansas has hired a top-level state Department of Agriculture official as its new executive director.
Parts of the fossil collection at the Sternberg Museum in Hays are coming alive on computer screens.
City commissioners have approved a new program requiring 10 percent of all rental properties in Lawrence be inspected every year in an effort to improve living conditions.
On Tuesday, 45-year-old Llewellyn Richard pleaded guilty to robbing 12 businesses over a 10-day period in late December last year.
The Kansas Corporation Commission will ask the state’s attorney general to defend it against a charge of violating the Kansas Open Meetings Act.