The Senate’s agenda for Thursday was especially crowded ahead of the Legislature’s annual “turnaround” deadline.
The Kansas House has approved a bill that would prohibit candidates from withdrawing from an election unless they die.
A plane dealing with landing gear issues was diverted to Eisenhower National Airport Wednesday.
KSN continues investigating the number and frequency of officer-involved shootings in the Wichita Police Dept.
As lawmakers continue to talk finance changes for schools, dozens of schools are looking at raising their own supplemental money.
Kearny County Hospital in Lakin is working to improve how it cares for infants and mothers in southwest Kansas.
A USD 259 security guard at North High is credited with helping discover a case of “sexting.”
Fourteen cases of whooping cough are now confirmed in Barton County.
Senators passed a bill containing Kris Kobach’s plan on a 23-17 vote Wednesday.
Sheriff’s deputies in Cowley County were led on a brief pursuit along U.S. 160 Highway after responding to a welfare check.
A man was flown to a Wichita hospital with serious injuries after being shot in Garden City.
On February 25th, 2005, Dennis Rader was on his way home for lunch from work. The Park City compliance officer was taken into custody.
A dog owner has filed a lawsuit against a pet food company alleging that thousands of dogs have been sickened or died.
A bill that would heavily restrict sexually oriented businesses did not advance as Kansas lawmakers face key deadlines.
The presentation highlighted crime trends, the homeless outreach team, and the body camera project.