A pair of early-morning hay barn fires in east-central Kansas have been declared arson, and authorities are asking the state fire marshal’s office to help investigate.
A foundation bearing the name of a businessman who helped establish the Cheyenne Bottoms Preserve in central Kansas has donated $100,000 to the state chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
Via Christi Hospital on St. Francis had to divert patients to other hospitals for awhile Thursday morning after a main waterline that feeds the hospital broke.
Kansas legislators delayed the start of their work Thursday so that dozens of lawmakers could attend the funeral of a House member’s wife.
A bill aimed at bringing a state-owned casino to southeast Kansas has cleared the state Legislature and is going to Gov. Sam Brownback.
The Justice Department has asked a federal appeals court to set oral arguments in the case of a Kansas abortion opponent who sent a letter to a Wichita doctor saying someone might place an explosive under her car.
Critics of an amendment to give a property tax credit to parents of students attending private schools in Kansas are questioning its legality and financial impact.
Immigration officials say 19 people were arrested in an operation in Liberal in the southwest Kansas.
The winter of 2014 that appears to be over was the most costly since 2008 for the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Kansas yesterday formally joined an Oklahoma-led lawsuit challenging the process by which a federal agency decided to list the lesser prairie chicken as threatened, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
A food supplier with operations in Oklahoma is recalling more than 8,700 pounds of frozen chicken products because of misbranding and undeclared allergens.
Federal and state agriculture officials are setting 568 traps across Kansas to detect and prevent the spread of the emerald ash borer.
A Kansas House committee has approved a bill declaring that the federal government has no authority to regulate prairie chickens or their habitat in the state.
A Kansas House committee has approved an education funding plan that would boost the state’s total annual aid to public schools by $78 million.
A 1-cent retail sales tax was approved in Haysville, but not by much.