The awards totaled $274,148.84, including 75 new cases and additional expenses from 138 previously submitted cases.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism says a printing error sent duplicate mailings to more than 3,200 hunters.
It takes more than 6,000 volunteers and thousands of volunteer hours to run Wichita’s Riverfest.
A woman in Hutchinson has given birth to a baby weighing more than 14 pounds. Mom and the baby are doing well.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has dismissed a lawsuit by Rep. Tim Huelskamp’s opponent.
Kansas wheat farmers are making the most of this hot weather we’ve been having to get the wheat harvest under way.
The autopsy of the man who killed three people and wounded more than a dozen in Hesston shows he was drunk and on meth.
A woman who’s suing the University of Kansas over its handling of her sexual assault allegations is joining another suit against the school.
Kansas health officials say two lakes in the state are under health warnings because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae blooms.
Billionaire Charles Koch said he is fed up with the vitriol of the presidential race and calls the U.S. economy “rigged.”
A top Republican legislator is drafting a proposed amendment to prevent courts from shutting down public schools.
Junction City police say a 25-year-old Fort Riley soldier was shot during a disturbance at an apartment.
Gary S. Funderburg-Atherton is charged with aggravated battery and illegally discharging a firearm in the city.
Retired Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin was scheduled to speak Monday at Fort Riley as part of the 1st Infantry Division’s “Victory Week.”
Officials are investigating and asking more questions about 30 lead cases in children.