The Kansas Senate has approved Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointments of a new commerce secretary and three members of the board of regents.
Kansas lawmakers once again will consider whether Kansas should repeal the death penalty.
The Kansas Attorney General’s Office has issued the state’s first scrap metal dealers certificates.
An man who escaped from an Oklahoma prison last December was apprehended following a brief standoff at an Arkansas City residence Thursday.
An undercover drug investigation in Abilene has resulted in the arrest of people who were selling marijuana to people as young as 14.
Kansas lawmakers say that legislative sessions need to be curtailed to expedite decisions and save taxpayer money.
Two Kansas high school students were awarded $60,000 scholarships to attend Wichita State University.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a 3.9 magnitude earthquake was recorded near McCord, Oklahoma.
A Kansas police chief is being called a hero after dash cam video shows him saving a man from a vehicle fire.
A child is in protective custody after police say her mother placed her life in danger late Wednesday.
An organization complained the banner violated the principle of separation church and state.
The Kansas Lottery is offering players a special deal on Kansas Day.
The holder of Holiday Millionaire Raffle ticket 14333 stepped forward Wednesday to claim her $1 million prize.
The Kansas firearms industry non-discrimination act is sponsored by the Committee on Federal and State Affairs
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation identified the man Wednesday as 50-year-old Scott A. Brunson.