Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill that specifies several dozen items poor families will not be able to buy with their welfare benefits.
Sedgwick County’s community mental health center, Comcare, has served over 14,000 patients last year.
Wichita State University’s Foundation will use most of a $5 million gift to support its honors college.
The new law would take effect July 1.
The school district says that all students are required to be immunized and providing this service makes it easier for parents.
The Flying J truck stop on I-70 and Ohio street in Salina caught fire Wednesday morning.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department says a 67-year-old woman died from injuries she received in a car wreck.
Senate Bill 18 would keep police video private. Freedom of Information Requests would not longer be valid.
The man was taken by an ambulance late Tuesday to a Topeka hospital.
The Dole Institute of Politics in Lawrence is exhibiting World War II letters between Bob Dole and his family for an online audience.
Kansas could allow five public school districts designated as innovative districts to hire unlicensed teachers.
State argues that federal judges should dismiss gay-marriage lawsuit
Omar Hazim got John T. Booker Jr. involved in Friday prayers and Sunday prayer classes.
A judge has ruled that a 15-year-old girl will be tried as an adult in the fatal stabbing of her 13-year-old sister.
Jeff Longwell spoke about the need for a better transit system, our weakening water supply, and the future of job creation.