The University of Kansas is hosting a symposium in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark Supreme Court ruling on racial segregation.
Kansas student testing is moving forward despite several hurdles, from computer problems to cyber attacks.
Governor Sam Brownback Sunday issued the following statement on the school finance bill passed by the Kansas legislature.
Authorities say a Topeka man reported missing recently has been found dead in northeast Kansas.
The Kansas Legislature on Sunday narrowly backed a plan that would boost funding to poor school districts while eliminating tenure for teachers.
Lawrence police say a bank robber made his getaway in a waiting taxi.
Kansas legislators gave final approval Saturday to a bill that would nullify city and county gun restrictions and ensure that it’s legal across the state to openly carry firearms.
House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement Saturday on a Kansas school funding measure, setting the stage for an evening vote that would hinge on legislators accepting higher local property taxes and changes in education policy, including ending teacher tenure.
A Douglas County judge has ruled that a Lawrence man accused of secretly videotaping people in a clothing store has to turn over some computer evidence.
The Kansas House has approved abortion legislation that addresses legal issues raised in state and federal lawsuits filed by abortion providers.
Kansas legislators are close to passing a bill to strip cities and counties of their power to regulate firearms.
The Republican-dominated Kansas Legislature has passed a bill to keep a ban in place indefinitely on expanding the state’s Medicaid program under the federal health care overhaul.
Kansas legislators have given their final approval to a bill bringing the state into a compact with others hoping to become exempt from the federal health care overhaul.
Kansas has asked a federal appeals court to award it the costs of its appeal against Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri.
The Kansas House has given first-round approval to a plan for boosting aid to poor school districts after Gov. Sam Brownback urged fellow Republicans to support it.