A bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents has received first-round approvaL.
A Mayberry Middle School teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave after accusations made by a student.
Lawmakers are weighing legislation that would make it illegal to post photos of a nude person online without his or her consent.
The state has filed a notice of appeal in the lawsuit brought by The Salina Journal and The Associated Pres.
A court has upheld the convictions of a Kansas obesity specialist who co-authored the “Atkins Diabetes Revolution.”
The winner of the Liberal leg of the race is Summer Parsons with a time of 62.61 seconds.
University of Kansas officials say using $327 million in out of state bonds to finance construction projects.
Wichita police say they are looking for a man after a 13-year-old girl claimed she was sexually assaulted.
Proponents say it expands educational options. Opponents say it hurts state coffers.
The hospital said that the campus underwent extensive cleaning to combat norovirus.
Tuesday, the city will be discussing some necessary improvements for the area.
A Kansas woman’s picture made its way all the way to late night television host, Jimmy Fallon.
A gun-dealers trade group is pushing legislation in several conservative states to restrict what it says is discrimination.
Gov. Brownback has signed legislation to keep Kansas’ courts open following a legal dispute involving their budget.
Abortion-rights organizations, students and House members are rallying against legislation banning access to reproductive health care.