Salina’s city commission will consider allowing liquor sales in the city on Sunday.
Negotiators from the Kansas House and Senate are reporting progress on approving a new state budget, with plans to send the latest House proposal to the chamber floor for a vote.
An engineering firm accused of firing a whistleblower for reporting unsafe conditions at an eastern Kansas nuclear power plant plans to appeal the ruling by federal regulators, the firm said Monday.
President Barack Obama says he is instructing his disaster response team to get tornado victims in Oklahoma everything they need “right away.”
The National Weather Service says the tornado that hit Moore, Okla., was a top-of-the-scale EF-5 twister with winds of at least 200 mph.
A central Kansas man has been sentenced to 260 years in prison for using a 9-year-old girl to produce child pornography.
A federal appeals court has scathingly brushed off the claims of a former Kansas doctor as “bitter whining.”
A favorable Kansas House vote is all supporters need for final legislative approval of restrictions on the use of state tax dollars for promoting or opposing gun-control measures.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of a former sheriff’s deputy accused of killing his wife and torching their house
William Marotta’s attorney filed a motion Friday asking Judge Mary E. Mattivi to disqualify herself from the case. The filing doesn’t include a reason for the request, and state statute doesn’t require Marotta to give one.
Antonio M. Brown is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse in the October 2011 death of his girlfriend’s 14-month-old son, Clayden Lee Urbanek.
Residents across Wichita are still cleaning up the mess just 24 hours after severe storms tore through parts of the city.
A woman called 911 early Sunday to report her husband had been shot in the head.
A first edition copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” that contains author J.K. Rowling’s notes and original illustrations is going on sale in a charity auction.
Proposed cuts in spending on higher education is a key issue for Kansas legislators as the House and Senate attempt to reconcile their differences on the state budget.