Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says smokers go to reservations to buy cheap cigarettes.
The League of Women Voters has joined a lawsuit seeking to overturn a law that requires voters to show proof of citizenship to register.
Kansas AG Derek Schmid filed the legislative response to the Kansas Supreme Court’s equity ruling earlier this year in Gannon v. Kansas.
Two Great Bend High School students are facing battery charges in connection with an incident that occurred on a Great Bend School District …
A judge has ruled that hearings in the cases of two students accused of plotting to attack Hutchinson High will remain open.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback signed Senate Substitute for House Bill 2655, commonly referred to as the education equity funding bill.
An 81-year-old woman has been convicted of firing a handgun while two animal control officers were trying to capture a dog.
Authorities are investigating a suspicious death in Kansas City, Kansas.
Alma City Councilmen Dan Deiter spent Wednesday sorting through debris at the Catholic school.
Farmers and ranchers in Barber County, who lost property and livestock in the big wildfire, attended a meeting Wednesday.
The Kansas Adjutant General’s Office says wildfires in northeast Kansas have largely been contained.
A Wichita batterer intervention program has been certified as fully compliant with state standards.
A south-central Kansas judge has abruptly halted trial for a man who had been accused of causing a deadly 2012 wreck.
Wichita police say a 2-year-old boy is now in good condition, and a 36-year-old man has been arrested for child abuse.
Scott Roeder’s life sentence with no chance of parole for 50 years was among many vacated after a U.S. Supreme Court decision.