Fans at Kansas sporting events will have a chance to go green while cheering on the Jayhawks.
The American Civil Liberties Union has notified Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach that it intends to file a federal lawsuit over a state law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship.
Abortion foes are resurrecting their efforts to use zoning laws to drive out a Wichita abortion clinic.
An accident Tuesday morning closed the intersection of Central and Edgemoor.
Kansas crops and pastures are mostly faring better in the wake of heavy rain that brought much-needed moisture to arid western sections but swamped some fields elsewhere.
A male black bear at the Great Bend zoo has died.
Kansas State Board of Education members are reviewing a proposed regulation outlining requirements for a new “Celebrate Freedom Week” in public schools.
Linda Ficken, of Andover, Kansas, is among those David Kwiatkowski is accused of infecting. Ficken, 71, said Monday she’s glad he pleaded guilty but wishes the sentence were longer.
The district now has a budget in place and a one-year contract with the teachers’ union.
A northeast Kansas accountant has been sentenced to 33 months in federal prison for embezzling more than $500,000 from the construction company where he worked.
Investigators believe drugs are causing the spike in metal thefts from oil fields.
Shuttle buses are running from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Augusta police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Intrust Bank Monday afternoon.
The first day of school at College Hill Elementary will be delayed because of Monday’s fire. USD 259 announced plans to relocate students to the former Bryant Elementary.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is searching for a homicide suspect believed to be in the Wichita area.