University of Kansas students, faculty and staff are getting first dibs on tickets to see President Barack Obama.
Legislation requiring Kansas law enforcement officers to be equipped with body cameras has gained bipartisan support in the new session.
Wichita police arrested a home invasion suspect after several break-ins on Wichita’s west side.
A state group says a steep increase in earthquakes in south-central Kansas likely is caused by the disposal of waste water from fracking.
LIEAP provides an annual benefit to help qualifying households pay winter heating bills.
The University of Kansas has a new high-flying perk for some of its officials.
Gov. Sam Brownback is trying to reorganize the licensing of foster care homes and the state workers.
The warden of the Topeka Correctional Facility says everyone is working hard to ensure the safety of women inmates at the prison.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports several earthquakes early Monday in the northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas areas.
Operators of the state’s central law enforcement training facility say $3.9 million is need from the Legislature to avoid extreme cuts.