Several fires are burning near I-35 south of El Dorado.
Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore, a Wichita taproom, Hopping Gnome, is taking it back and adding an adult twist.
Starting Feb. 6, the Kansas Division of Vehicles will offer Saturday office hours at the state’s six busiest driver licensing offices.
Kansas lawmakers are scheduled to begin school district consolidation next week.
Mayor Jeff Longwell introduced Wichita’s new police chief on Friday at a press conference.
A student who was displaying a Confederate flag on the vehicle he drove to school has been told he can no longer show the flag.
Nolan Prewett was 66 when he died Jan. 10 at the Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility.
The number of people sickened in a norovirus outbreak linked to a suburban Kansas City dinner theater has grown to nearly 400.
A Paradise, Kansas man who had a coughing spell wound up the victim of a one-vehicle crash in Ellis County Thursday.
The Kansas Senate has approved Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointments of a new commerce secretary and three members of the board of regents.
Kansas lawmakers once again will consider whether Kansas should repeal the death penalty.
The Kansas Attorney General’s Office has issued the state’s first scrap metal dealers certificates.
An man who escaped from an Oklahoma prison last December was apprehended following a brief standoff at an Arkansas City residence Thursday.
An undercover drug investigation in Abilene has resulted in the arrest of people who were selling marijuana to people as young as 14.
Kansas lawmakers say that legislative sessions need to be curtailed to expedite decisions and save taxpayer money.