Gov. Sam Brownback is taking applications to fill a new position on the Kansas Court of Appeals, the first to use a new process signed into law this spring.
A Kansas State University researcher is getting $113,000 over two years to help fight malaria.
The latest snapshot of the Kansas winter wheat harvest says while farmers are waiting for fields to dry in south-central Kansas, harvest activity is moving slowly in central sections.
Participating restaurants will offer a special discounted menu and when you eat out, ten percent of that meal’s proceeds go directly to the Wichita Boys and Girls Club.
Wichita’s school board will decide the fate of Southeast High School in a few days, but supporters hope one last plea can keep the school alive.
A Planned Parenthood clinic and its medical director are challenging parts of a new Kansas abortion law that takes effect next month.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The top administrators at Kansas’ six public universities will see their salaries increase in July, but private dollars will cover… More »
Kansas lawmakers have returned to the Statehouse and made quick work of the ceremonial conclusion of a 2013 session that produced additional tax cuts on top of sweeping changes made a year earlier
A Shawnee County judge has denied a request that she remove herself from the trial in a sperm donor case.
Funding for higher education was cut by the state so now Kansas universities are turning to students to make up for the lost money.
Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor has filed a complaint against members of the Kansas Corporation Commission over alleged violations of the state’s open meetings act.
Overland Park police say a man is hospitalized after a friend allegedly stabbed him with a sword.
The company that insures most of Kansas’ school districts says it won’t provide coverage for districts that allow armed employees.
The family of a Kansas woman who fell to her death from a party bus is suing the operators of the bus.
On Tuesday Sedgwick County Commisioners reviewed the 2012 state mandate ordering offenders to mandatory treatment and counseling, that they will have to pay for.