A former Wichita investment adviser who admitted stealing money from clients is going to prison.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation restricting the use of state funds to promote or oppose gun control policies.
There’s progress in Topeka toward passing state budgets of $14.5 billion for the next two fiscal years.
Kansas legislators are waiting to consider a proposed $14.5 billion budget for each of the state’s next two fiscal years.
Kansas Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan is trying to lessen resistance among House Republicans to raising new revenues by adjusting the state sales tax.
A mother and son will be tried together in the shooting death of the son’s estranged wife in Topeka.
Furlough notices are being issued to some 2,400 civilian employees at Fort Riley as the military prepares to make budget adjustments for the remainder of the fiscal year.
Representatives of flour milling and food companies in Nigeria will visit Kansas and three other states in June to view this year’s winter wheat crop.
The son of a Missouri woman who died in an explosion at a home near Cheney Reservoir has reached a confidential settlement in a wrongful-death lawsuit.
Top Republicans in the Kansas House say they’re working on a new tax plan following their chamber’s rejection of a proposal to cut the state sales tax on groceries.
A young boy who was badly hurt after a TV set fell on him has died, Via Christi on Saint Francis Hospital officials said Thursday.
Sen. Pat Roberts says U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder should resign over allegations that he knew of the gathering of journalists’ telephone records and emails.
A judge has sentenced Dr. Wade Abbey to 41 months in prison and ordered him to pay $583,060 in restitution.
Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett says a new Kansas domestic violence law is laudable.
A staple in the Wichita community for nearly 80 years, the National Baseball Congress is making some changes. It’s hoping to get the tournament back on the right track.