“This is our last ditch effort, because we don’t have anything else to try,” said Kiley Klug.
Sly Maples, 33, made his first appearance in Sedgwick County Court Thursday.
A former Johnson County physician has been denied a chance for a different sentence for killing two of her children in a 1995 arson fire.
The inferno took the life of one 28-year-old worker and left a 43-year-old co-worker to suffer with burns over 80 percent of his body.
Free E-File income tax preparation help will be available at sites across Kansas starting Monday, Jan. 26.
A hearing has been scheduled to determine whether there is enough evidence to try three Missouri men in a deadly robbery.
Gov. Sam Brownback has promised to sign legislation to ban a procedure used to terminate hundreds of pregnancies in Kansas every year.
Obama told a crowd at the University of Kansas: “I don’t want anybody being daycare poor.”
The committee is scheduled to hear from opponents in an informational hearing Thursday.
With fewer Kansas Highway Patrol troopers patrolling the state’s highways, the number of tickets and traffic stops also has dropped.
Officials say there were no injuries when a truck caught fire at a north Salina truck stop early Thursday morning.
Two lawmakers have filed bills that would allow some patients with chronic illnesses to legally obtain and use marijuana.
At the University of Kansas on Thursday, Obama planned to stress more of the middle-class economic themes.
Crews have put out a small fire at a former all-white school that played a role in the historic Brown v. Board of Education desegregation ca…
Kansas legislators are likely to consider allowing people to carry concealed firearms without requiring a state permit.