Health officials say Kansas has its first case of West Nile virus for 2015.
The Kansas House has adjourned in the midst of a vote on a bill raising taxes to close a budget shortfall with the measure failing.
Nearly 1,000 cyclists are taking part this week in the “Biking Across Kansas” tour.
The Kansas House has passed a “trailer” to a Senate tax bill that raises taxes.
A man being pursued in a stolen vehicle with out-of-state license plates committed suicide after being stopped by the Kansas Highway Patrol.
On Wednesday, Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter said the county jail is extremely understaffed.
Reporter Katya Leick tried hard to keep calm in her report. But, some cicadas had other ideas.
The big worry is that the legislature or the governor could could education funding again.
Lawmakers are still struggling to come up with a tax plan that will plug a $406 million hole in the state budget.
There’s new discussion about just what the county is funding in its next budget. One program that may be cut is, the fair fares program.
Skyline schools is increasing it’s fees for the fall by twenty-five percent across the board
Kansans unhappy with lawmakers about lack of progress on state budget.
Wesley Medical Center kicked off construction on a new children’s hospital. Here is a gallery of what the hospital will look like.
A judge has denied a KU student’s request to have records from a research center subject to open records laws.
Spokesman Adam Pfannenstiel said Wednesday that such cuts would compromise public safety.