On Monday night, the Maize school board confirmed the termination of the district’s director of technology.
Wichita Public Schools, the state’s largest school district, is scrambling to figure out how to cut $3 million from its budget.
Military officials are hearing from Kansas lawmakers and residents the reasons against deep troop reductions at Fort Riley.
Car thief takes car with sleeping baby inside, later abandoning both the child and the vehicle.
Both sides are speaking out about school funding in Kansas.
A Salina toddler is injured after a television fell on him this weekend.
A Kansas House committee has drafted a plan for expanding the state’s Medicaid program for the poor and disabled.
A 36-year-old man was injured after being shot by Hugoton Police officers. It happened Saturday night.
A committee is reviewing Gov. Brownback’s proposal to issue $1.5B in bonds to help lower the state’s annual costs in funding pensions.
Two Republican state representatives are proposing a constitutional amendment that would guarantee the right to hunt, fish and trap in Kansa…
Volunteers are gearing up for a free two-day dental clinic in Salina.
Even though the World Series drew crowds and cash to Kansas City’s Power & Light Districts, taxpayers still must pay million in subsidies fo…
Divorce is expected to be the focus of two days of informational Legislative committee hearings on marriage.
The Kansas judiciary has a far smaller percentage of minorities than the overall state population.
Kansas lawmakers are working to reduce the state’s prison population and costs, but parallel legislation to toughen penalties could stymie t…