Kansas City Mayor Sly James is praising a newly announced $300 million, 800-room downtown hotel project.
Lawmakers were returning Monday to the Statehouse without having drafted a plan for raising taxes to close a budget shortfall.
The University of Kansas has added a bee hotel to its Field Station trails north of Lawrence.
The concentration will be available starting in June for students enrolled in a master’s degree program at its Salina campus.
The fight over keeping ride sharing service Uber in the state isn’t over just yet.
Forecasters say there are no reports of damage after a severe storm system generated at least five tornadoes Saturday.
Two of the animals were killed last week when they were hit by a tractor-trailer.
Kansas’ GOP-dominated House passed the bill by a wide margin Thursday.
Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial Service held on May 8, 2015. Photos courtesy of the Reno County Sheriff’s Office
The sacrifice of a fallen Topeka Police Officer was honored and remembered at special memorial service Friday.
One person was killed and two injured in a vehicle crash on US Highway 54 near Pratt Saturday.
A Kansas doctor who formerly worked at a San Antonio military medical center has been sentenced to six years.
The new law trimmed the aid districts had expected to receive during the current school year by almost $54 million.
A three-judge panel is considering a request from four school districts to block the new that took effect in April.
Gov. Sam Brownback nominated Kathryn Gardner in January and she was confirmed by the Kansas Senate in March