A Topeka nursing home has filed a federal lawsuit amid efforts to revoke its license for failing to comply with state and federal health and safety regulations.
Justices of the Kansas Supreme Court have reversed lower court rulings in a lawsuit seeking to hold a southeast Kansas gun shop liable for selling a firearm later used by a convicted felon to kill his son.
A third child related to a deadly house fire last week in southeast Wichita has been placed into protective custody.
Residents and their families were informed that they have 60 days after the date of the closure notice, July 12, 2013 to find other accommodations.
A former dean at the University of Kansas Medical Center and her husband left a $10 million gift to the medical center and university libraries when they died last year.
Hallmark Cards Inc. says it’s eliminating about 300 positions at its distribution center and main office in Canada.
A Leavenworth man is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of another man while they were riding in a pickup truck.
Lawrence police are investigating the shooting death of a 51-year-old man.
A Canadian company planning to build a 600-mile oil pipeline from Illinois to Oklahoma is coming to eastern Kansas to discuss the project.
Seventy foreign military officers are planning to tour the Kansas Statehouse as part of a program about state government and the state’s court system.
Wichita city leaders ponder the idea. Two companies want to drill. Some wonder what it will look like downtown.
A Shawnee County judge has sealed court records in the case of a man who was committed to a mental hospital after killing a woman in 2001 and has since been moved to a Topeka facility.
The U.S. House-approved farm bill contains a provision that environmentalists say would ease rules for building a coal-burning power plant in southwest Kansas.
The Kansas Senate Judiciary Committee’s chairman says he hopes to have a hearing this fall on Gov. Sam Brownback’s next nominee to the state Court of Appeals.
When he arrived in his pickup Tuesday morning, Jimmy Morton was happy to see someone digging up headstones at the Baxter Springs National Cemetery No. 2 Soldiers’ Lot.