Victory Electric officials say they understand why residents are angry and frustrated.
A technicality derailed the city’s application for a $500,000 grant to install a reverse osmosis system.
A Manhattan man has been arrested for criminal sodomy with a child and indecent solicitation of a child.
Three men from Mexico are charged with smuggling more than 1,000 pounds of liquid methamphetamine into northeast Kansas.
The Dodge City Board of Education has selected the next superintendent of schools.
Federal officials have found that problems with Kansas’ privatized Medicaid program are putting recipients at risk.
Kansas has changed its rules for special congressional elections so that military personnel overseas have time to vote.
Kansas legislators on Wednesday slammed Gov. Sam Brownback’s accounting move to mask a hole in the state budget.
After two years without increases, student health insurance premiums will go up more than 5 percent at state universities next year.
The state faces projected budget shortfalls totaling $1.1 billion through July 2019.
Andrew Scott Bull pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 23-year-old Charles Hawkins.
Power outages made the district throw out thousands of dollars of produce.
Great Bend is helping with the cleanup process by offering tree branch removal.
Morkuez McClennon was sentenced to 68 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution for a shooting last July.
The Republican asked a Senate committee Tuesday for legislation giving him power to hold “bifurcated” elections in Kansas.