A children’s advocacy group has gone to court to force the Kansas attorney general’s office to disclose information about how much the state can expect to receive in tobacco settlement funds.
Rep. Phil Hermanson invited his girlfriend to the Kansas House on the pretext of helping honor a student from the Wichita area. Turns out the honor was all his.
The Agriculture Department has forecast U.S. farmers will harvest a far smaller winter wheat crop this season than a year ago, particularly for the hard red varieties used to bake bread.
Three inmates who walked away from a northeast Kansas prison are back in custody after being found in separate incidents in Topeka and northwest Missouri.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions of a man serving life in prison with no chance of parole for the murder of an El Dorado teenager who led a secret life as an Internet porn model.
Kansas National Guard officials are marking a milestone for a unit that rebuilds tank engines for the U.S. military and foreign customers.
Data from the Kansas Geological Survey show oil production in Kansas last year was up over 2011, but natural gas production was down.
A federal judge has set a trial date for a Kansas store owner accused of selling phony luxury goods imported from China.
A committee in the Kansas Legislature is trying to prevent the sale of a parking lot for government workers near the Statehouse.
A Kansas House committee has approved a proposal to spend $1.2 million to fund a new research center for potential medical cures with adult stem cells.
A Republican-dominated Kansas House committee has approved GOP Gov. Sam Brownback’s proposal to shift projected savings from an overhaul of the state’s Medicaid program to in-home services for the disabled.
Authorities are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was hit by a freight train in east-central Kansas.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s chief of staff says the latest cost estimates for a new, national biosecurity lab and commitments from federal officials about its funding are “pretty solid.”
The Kansas Bureau of investigation says 81 people were arrested on drug-related charges after a lengthy investigation by local and state authorities.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration has overcome fresh resistance from the Kansas Legislature to authorizing an additional $202 million in bonds for a national biodefense lab.