The Kansas Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division reports it returned more than $12 million to consumers and taxpayers in 2014.
A federal lawsuit claims that Shawnee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a deaf woman after having trouble communicating with her.
A federal grant will allow Fort Hays State University to expand its paleontology studies research.
Five people were killed in a crash on I-70 11 miles east of Goodland early Wednesday morning.
The Pratt County Sheriff’s office is investigating a hit-and-run involving a semi on K-61 north of Pratt.
The 15-year-old boy entered the plea Tuesday in Reno County Court.
Former State Representative Richard Carlson will serve as interim secretary until a permanent hire is made.
A judge has found sufficient evidence for two people to stand trial in the killing of a Nebraska man in a Salina motel parking lot.
Bill Rein has been named to the superintendent’s job at the Larned facility in western Kansas.
LMI Aerospace Inc. will close its sheet-metal fabrication operation by the end of September, affecting 36 Wichita workers.
Harvey County Sheriff’s Office say deputies have left the office because of competitive pay.
The Kansas Supreme Court signed off Tuesday on a new state law increasing aid to poor school districts.
The KDHE has rescinded boil water advisory after testing samples have come back safe.
Kansans who bought VW vehicles with 2.0-liter diesel engines are eligible to receive an estimated $11.1 million from Volkswagen.
KSN has learned that a Clearwater police officer was arrested this month on domestic battery charges.