The University of Kansas will delay a campus wide ban on tobacco for a year, until July 2016.
A top Kansas education official and a school superintendent are preparing to testify in a hearing on a new school funding law.
Police say a man serving a sentence at Ellsworth Correctional Facility for attempted murder tried to escape Thursday.
The vigil took place in the 800 block of Russell, near where Allie Saum was shot about 9:30 p.m. May 6th.
Sumner County Emergency Management told us it’s up to each town to decide when to run the sirens.
The Reno County Health Department along with KDHE is currently investigating this possible case.
Legislative researchers have said lawmakers must close a $422 million budget shortfall for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
It would remove a requirement that renewable resources account for 20 percent of utilities’ capacity to generate electricity by 2020.
The House advanced the bill on a voice vote Thursday and will make its final vote Friday.
The group also found an average yield of 35.9 bushels per acre in the 659 fields sampled over three days.
Three listeria deaths in Kansas are now linked to the ice cream, along with seven illnesses in Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona.
The soldier used stolen information to obtain lines of credit and credit cards.
Eight schools requested emergency funds from the state last month. Only five of those received funds.
The Holcomb Fire Department responded to Holcomb High School Thursday morning after a small explosion in the chemistry lab.
The Kansas House has passed a bill that would define fantasy sports as a legal activity.