Kansas’ top federal prosecutor joined about 70 churchgoers Saturday to remember the victims of the South Carolina church shooting.
A Lawrence woman reported to police she was restrained over several days at a southeast Lawrence home.
Legislative committee to hear complaint about democrat who called some lawmakers “racist bigots.”
A ruling three-judge panel of Kansas jurists could rule soon the constitutionality of a school funding law passed in March.
The president of Kansas State University says he’s returning a raise so the university can use it elsewhere.
Some Republican lawmakers say the session got extended when the Governor threatened a veto. So, they raised taxes.
A U.S. Senate committee has approved an amendment that prohibits a federal agency from enforcing protections for a rare grouse.
Reunions are joyous occasions and one Great Bend woman is having an extra sweet one this weekend.
KSN News is looking into how an Amtrak service development out of Kansas City could impact the Southwest Chief line to and from Newton.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the involuntary manslaughter conviction of a daycare provider in the death of an infant.
Legislators will meet again because they inadvertently enacted two conflicting versions of a law aimed at holding down local property taxes.
A Geary County Sheriff’s Department vehicle was involved in crash Friday. It happened at the U-77 near the I-70 exit.
The Kansas winter wheat harvest is expected to get into full swing by this weekend or early next week.
A man was arrested after shots were fired at Salina police officers early Friday morning.
The Kansas Supreme Court is again overturning the denial of DNA testing in a second-degree murder case.