The building expansion will stay closed for likely a year or more to save $5.4 million, thanks to proposed budget cuts from Gov. Brownback.
Union Station is coming back to life. It’s been sitting empty since 2007, but that’s about to change.
The state is reaching out to potential GED and technical program students through new incentives.
Prosecutors say a man has punched his defense attorney during his rape trial in northeast Kansas.
A crime that shocked Wichita ended with a verdict Thursday.
The two people most seriously injured in a railcar explosion in northeast Kansas are improving at a Kansas hospital.
Governor Sam Brownback announced the appointment of Fort Scott attorney Terri L. Johnson to the 6th District Court of the State of Kansas.
Kansas has started issuing gender-neutral marriage forms amid ongoing litigation over its same-sex marriage ban.
A former Kansas City-area fire chief has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $14,000 from his township.
The Brown v. Board of Education historic site in Topeka has a new superintendent.
The State Board of Healing Arts is conducting a hearing Thursday morning in the case of Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus of Nortonville.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback isn’t ruling out pay increases for government workers despite projected budget shortfalls.
A University of Kansas fraternity will remain on interim suspension as the school continues an investigation of alleged sexual assaults.
The United States Postal Service is right in the middle of its busiest time of the year.
$40.7 million dollars promised to the state retirement fund will go to help fix the budget shortfall. .