A northeast Kansas woman who left her 7-week-old son alone in an alley has been sentenced to 60 days in jail.
The budget approved by Kansas lawmakers over the weekend includes funding for two priorities of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
The head of a group that represents Kansas emergency responders says it’s time to consider rules for storm chasers in the wake of the deaths of three professional chasers in Oklahoma.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s Republican allies in the Kansas Legislature overcame resistance to raising new revenues by describing their proposals as old business left on lawmakers’ agenda from last year.
A Kansas Department of Transportation project for bridge repairs on the 25th Street North bridge that crosses over I-235 begins today.
A Topeka house that preservationists say is an important architectural structure from pre-World War I will go up for auction June 25.
The Kansas Historical Society says the inmate case files for the two men charged in the infamous “In Cold Blood” murders are online.
Wichita aircraft maker Beechcraft is celebrating the delivery of its 4,000th Model 36 Bonanza plane.
Police K-9 teams from across the U.S. are traveling to northeast Kansas this week for the national conference of the North American Police Work Dog Association.
Southwest Airlines has begun service to Wichita’s Mid-Continent Airport.
Topeka police are investigating several reports of thefts from vehicles parked at cemeteries in late May.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has failed to gain authority he’s sought to prosecute election fraud allegations because the state House rejected a bill containing the proposal.
The killer of a Wichita abortion provider faces a disciplinary hearing over accusations he tried to intimidate the woman who reopened his closed abortion clinic.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the sentences given to a Labette County man convicted of killing a southeast Kansas toddler.
The Kansas House has approved a proposed state budget for each of the next two years, but Senate leaders aren’t sure the plan can pass their chamber.