The Kiowa County Attorney says Mullinville’s city officials need to take classes on the state’s open meetings law.
A Leawood couple is relieved to know why Johnson County sheriff’s deputies raided their home last year, but they are upset that the raid was based on what they call flimsy evidence.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says recent precipitation brought Tuttle Creek Lake back to its normal elevation.
The Kansas Supreme Court is looking for divorced parents who’ve paid or received child support to serve on an advisory committee.
South-central Kansas lawmakers plan to hear questions and comments from the public on the state legislative session.
While seat belt usage drops off dramatically after toddlerhood, new research shows older children are involved in thousands of traffic crashes each year in Kansas.
Gov. Sam Brownback is continuing his statewide tour aimed at building support for protecting cuts to the Kansas higher education system.
A group of middle school students will get a chance to fly over Wichita this week to mark the conclusion of a mentoring program.
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The Riley County Police Department has become very active on Twitter, using the social media device for investigations and public relations.
A northeast Kansas man is likely facing a $7,000 bill for a 35-mile air ambulance ride after police say he faked injuries that prompted the emergency flight.
A former Kansas volunteer firefighter who is accused of setting more than a dozen fires late last year has hired an attorney and will appear in court next month.
Legislators are expected to make quick work of remaining education issues when the Kansas Legislature returns May 8 to finish the 2013 session, including a proposal sought by Gov. Sam Brownback to improve elementary reading scores.
Manhattan Mercury editor Edward Seaton, longtime Kansas State University journalism instructor Bill Brown and retired Associated Press executive Paul Stevens are now members of the Kansas Press Association Hall of Fame.
Miami County authorities have charged two teenagers in connection with an ATV crash that killed a 17-year-old student.