It was the fourth consecutive month that the state has failed to hit its revenue projections.
Final election results presented Thursday showed that 411,552 voters cast ballots out of nearly 1.75 million registered.
Kansas is preparing to disclose whether its tax collections in August fell short of expectations for the fourth consecutive month.
A federal judge has awarded a former inmate at the Topeka Correctional Facility a $2.5 million judgment.
A silent demonstration will be held tonight in Hays for Joseph Weber.
The Garden City Police Department has arrested a 24-year-old New Mexico man after a reported prowler call.
Hutchinson police said one man is in critical condition following a stabbing during a disturbance.
Norovirus is the suspected cause of an illness that’s made dozens of students and faculty sick at Manhattan West High School.
Authorities in suburban Kansas City say foul play is suspected in the disappearance of a woman.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office said one man is dead after a traffic stop and a crash Thursday morning.
Crews demolished what was left of an American Legion post in Wichita on Wednesday after a fire destroyed the building in June.
Despite attempts to keep all businesses in zoning compliance, some continue to slip through the cracks.
Bimbo Bakeries has initiated a voluntary recall of some brownies and muffins.
A Wichita Olympian was in Mulvane to help residents affected by damaging floods.
The 3.2 magnitude quake was centered 4 miles northwest of Ellis.