Gov. Sam Brownback says Kansas is withdrawing from the federal government’s refugee resettlement program.
Wichita State University was closed at noon today because of the elevated threat of dangerous storms in the area.
A federal safety agency has cited the employer of a Kansas man killed in a workplace accident with multiple violations.
The scholarship is worth approximately $13,900 per year for four years.
McConnell Air Force Base officials ordered the evacuation of aircraft as a precaution due to the possibility of severe weather.
The KDHE has issued a boil water advisory for the Park City public water supply.
Much of the state is under a moderate risk or enhanced risk for severe thunderstorms.
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, says the most dangerous weather is predicted for a 55,000-square-mile.
While the community prepares to honor the people killed in the 1991 tornado, the town is also preparing for severe weather.
Dispatchers say about three-fourths of the town was left without water.
Troopers say something they’re seeing a lot more of are people who are live-streaming while they’re driving.
A government report shows the Kansas winter wheat crop is maturing at a faster rate than usual.
The ACLU contends voting rolls in Kansas are in “chaos” now because of the state’s proof-of-citizenship requirements.
New revenue estimates for the state recently projected a $290 million budget shortfall through June 2017.
Police say the body of a man in his 30s was found in the Arkansas River in Wichita.