Members of a political action committee say they want more women to seek political office in Kansas.
Concealed weapons will not be allowed in public buildings in Shawnee County for another six months.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is urging Gov. Sam Brownback to veto provisions in a proposed state budget for each of the next two years.
Gov. Sam Brownback plans to lead a Kansas delegation to an international air show in Paris next week to promote the state’s aircraft industry.
If Wichita goes over “ozone limits” set by the EPA too many times, the metro area could have to pay up.
A federal agency has rejected Wichita-based Beechcraft’s protest of the award of an Air Force contract for light air support planes to Sierra Nevada Corp. and its Brazil-based partner, Embraer.
Fire rescue earns a man kudos from WFD
A Shawnee County judge on Wednesday appointed a new attorney for Jason W. Hachmeister, who said he no longer trusted attorney Napoleon Crews, of Lawrence
The law takes effect July 1 but local governments are allowed to seek a delay until Jan. 1, 2014. The law requires local governments to allow concealed weapons in public buildings unless they have an adequate plan for security at the buildings.
Charges were dismissed Wednesday against Rebecca Hollister, wife of Roger Hollister, who was convicted of killing 58-year-old Patricia Kimmi of Rural Horton in 2009.
Another child becomes victim of mistaken gun violence in Wichita after a 4-year-old was shot while sleeping in his home.
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation making additional cuts to Kansas income taxes over the next five years.
An educational think tank says Kansas is replacing some of the nation’s strongest science standards for public schools with weaker, multistate guidelines.
Three more members of a Dodge City gang targeted in a federal racketeering crackdown have pleaded guilty to criminal charges.
A federal agency has awarded grants totaling more than $1 million to two American Indian tribes in northeast Kansas for affordable housing.