Officials are expected to begin removing the names of more than 31,000 prospective voters from their registration records Friday
The U.S. Geological Survey says the Equus Beds aquifer is recovering thanks to Wichita’s water conservation efforts.
There were 96 schools picked and one Kansas community college made the cut.
Wednesday’s standoff in south Wichita showed that the apartment building where the incident happened was run down.
Kansas health officials say nine lakes in the state are under warnings because of toxic algae blooms.
Chuck Vetter is heading to Colorado to remember his brother Jack at the site where the WSU football team’s plane went down.
The Kansas Department of Revenue reports money collected less money than expected in the first quarter of the current fiscal year.
Kansas lawmakers are grappling with the state’s possible response to new federal rules.
Kansas lawmakers are grappling with the state’s possible response to new federal rules aimed at reducing carbon emissions from power plants.
Kansans safely disposed of more than 6 tons of unused medicines during last week’s National Drug Take-Back Day.
A same-sex couple is seeking to force the KDHE to issue a birth certificate listing both women as the parents of their baby.
The Wichita Police Department and the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office worked together to recover the bronze eagle statue.
Letitia Davis was found raped, beaten and set on fire in Fairmount Park in November.
Stores, restaurants and hotels face the deadline to have the “Chip and PIN” technology installed to work.
A Lawrence man has been sentenced for his role in a multistate marijuana-trafficking operation.