The first trial date is scheduled for one of five people accused in the killing of a Salina teenager.
Under the current law, most of the footage is a public record available to anyone who asks for it.
Topeka police went to a local hospital on a call about a gunshot victim who had been brought to the hospital in a private vehicle.
When lawmakers sat down Saturday to talk to the public, they may not have been expecting some heated comments from citizens.
A man was injured in a one-vehicle crash early Saturday morning when his vehicle went airborn and crash.
A 19-year-old Kansas City man accused of trying to kill a Wyandotte County deputy has been sentenced on an unrelated robbery charge.
Topeka police are investigating the death of a 2-month-old baby.
A grass fire near Rose Hill Saturday afternoon caused a damage to at least one shed, Butler County officials say.
The Republican president of the Kansas Senate has ousted Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook from leadership of the Senate’s health committee.
Kansas legislators are seeing broad problems with how the state is managing its finances as they try to close a big budget deficit.
Some damage to city buildings after 5.1 magnitude earthquake rocked south central Kansas shortly after 11 a.m. Saturday.
A small herd of deer were electrocuted when they came into contact with a power line in Smith County.
The federal lawsuit, filed late Friday, also names as defendant the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
The Ellsworth County sheriff is investigating what some are calling a “hazing” incident involving Great Bend students.
There’s new information coming out for Kansans who want to register to vote for the first time.