Legislators have approved a bill to prevent cities and counties from imposing special taxes on firearms.
The Kansas House expects to vote on a proposed budget that would still leave the state with a $406 million shortfall.
A new terminal at the Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita is officially open.
Thirty-four-year-old Matthew J. Barnes pleaded guilty Monday as part of a plea agreement.
The parks department is hosting forums to find out what people want from their city pools. One forum happened Tuesday.
A new more fiscally conservative Sedgwick County Commission wonders if that tax money could be better used elsewhere to grow business.
The move from Wichita’s old airport terminal to its new home has begun.
The Kansas Senate has approved a proposal to decrease the state’s sales tax on food to 5.7 percent from 6.15 percent.
The Sedgwick County District Attorney’s office has filed murder charges against a man accused of raping a 100-year-old woman
Some GOP state senators say they would consider taking an unpaid break after failing to agree on tax proposals.
The Senate is pushing an idea that would cut another roughly $192 Million from K-12 education.
LaVeta Miller was sentenced to a total of 25 months in jail with 12 months of post-release supervision.
A Wichita man was given eight life sentences without the possibility of parole for sexually assaulting underage girls on Tuesday.
Many are concerned about the amount of traffic the new store will bring to the area.
The decision Monday comes in the lawsuit filed by parents in the relatively wealthy Shawnee Mission School District.