An 11-year-old Salina girl who suffered an electrical shock while playing in a rainstorm remains in critical condition at a Wichita hospital.
Kansas higher education officials are meeting to discuss the impact of budget cuts on public colleges and universities.
Some storm chasers vehicles were damaged in the storm. But, are the storm chasers covered by insurance? Likely.
A longtime advocate for children and victims of domestic violence has been named director of victim services in the Kansas Department of Corrections.
Some hotel operators in Garden City say they’re losing business because of the local ban on smoking in most public places.
The chairman of the Kansas House committee on taxation says it’s “misleading” for Democrats to describe newly approved tax legislation as a tax increase.
Two Kansas City, Kan., men face up to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a charge accusing them of running dog fights.
The company that developed a genetically modified test strain of wheat that emerged to the surprise of an Oregon farmer says it has tested the parent wheat stock and found it clean.
A Kansas City, Mo., man accused of mortgage fraud has been sentenced to about a year in federal prison.
A 74-year-old Cimarron man was killed in an accident in Ford County late Tuesday night.
The University of Kansas plans to offer 15 new online graduate programs through its School of Education.
The Galena School District will begin improvement projects at some of its schools after voters easily approved a $7.5 million bond issue.
The Kansas Department of Labor has relocated its offices in downtown Wichita, joining other agencies in a state office building nearby.
An autopsy report says a man who killed two Topeka police officers in December was hit by three shots fired by other officers the following day.
The company whose name is on a PGA golf tournament in Wichita will also be offering a seminar for small-business owners about online marketing.