Chicken meal that was spilled during a train derailment last month in Hays is still being cleaned up.
A Hays resident, who wished to remain anonymous, has come forward to claim the $1 million Powerball cash prize from the August 7 Powerball drawing.
Attorneys for Kansas and Planned Parenthood have agreed about how parts of a new state abortion law will be enforced and are seeking to narrow the abortion provider’s federal lawsuit over the statute.
Tyson Foods Inc. says it will no longer buy cattle fed a supplement that’s designed to bulk them up before slaughter.
Crews have recovered the body of 14-year-old Steven Burrow.
Kidnapping charges have been filed against a 23-year-old man accused of leaving a northwest Missouri home with a 15-year-old girl.
While parts of Kansas are drowning in rain, parts of western Kansas are still in a severe drought.
The drought that threatened Wichita’s water supply the two past summers is officially over.
The Kansas State Board of Education will consider disciplinary action next week against six teachers who have been convicted of criminal activity, an usually large number for one meeting.
The man was spotted floating on a noodle near the Douglas Street bridge by a Wichita police officer.
The residents of a Hutchinson assisted living complex will be out of their home for least two weeks while workers repair damage from flooding.
The lake is up five feet in just seven days and is considered full.
The weather is putting a damper on the start of the Walnut Valley Festival.
The individual that tested positive is an adult from Atchison County.
Todd Kautz’s sentence was handed down this afternoon by District Judge Ben Burgess.