The legislature will tackle the school financing plan next week.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism reports zebra mussels have been found in the Hillsdale Reservoir in Miami County.
The Lawrence Journal-World newspaper is being sold. The same family has owned the paper for 125 years. The new owners are based in Virginia.
A fired University of Kansas assistant professor is claiming anti-German discrimination in a lawsuit against the school.
Salina Police are pursuing a charge of aggravated battery against an owner of a day care center.
Authorities in Barton County believe hot weather is to blame for the death of a woman
Wichita city crews have been busy cleaning up after a water main break Friday morning.
Wichita police say a 38-year-old woman was jogging when she was struck by a Chevy Equinox.
An elderly man was hit by a train near 1st and Ash In Newton Friday morning.
A White City man has died after a train and combine accident Thursday night.
Two city pools have shut down in recent years. KSN wanted to know why they closed and if they will open again.
An Overland Park company is moving to Missouri because its CEO says Kansas is not doing enough to help the mentally disabled.
Downed trees, damage to some homes, and general brush and debris can be seen around Park City.
Thursday was a day of mopping up and surveying damage in Halstead as the town and nearby farmers are trying to dry out.
First responders are often overlooked as victims when a tragedy such as the one in Orlando, Florida.