Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer says a report shows that a new online health insurance marketplace set up for Kansas by the federal government isn’t competitive enough.
Attorneys for a northeast Kansas physician indicted on federal drug charges are asking prosecutors to clarify what they are seeking to prove in court.
Officials hearing arguments from people who don’t want a proposed power line to go through their backyards are seeking to bring order to legal proceedings.
Construction of a building that will house James Naismith’s original rules of basketball has been pushed back to next spring.
Kansas prison officials are turning to Facebook to help find people who skip out on court-mandated parole.
A federal report says that Kansans who buy health coverage in a new online marketplace could have fewer choices for plans than residents of other states.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger and the state’s largest health insurance company will hold town hall meetings beginning next week to provide information about the federal health care overhaul.
A Derby city employee is accused of stealing from the city’s police department.
An empty home is no longer standing after a late night fire Tuesday.
Former Republican state senator Jean Schodorf says she will run for Kansas Secretary of State next year as a Democrat.
They’re causing sewer blockages across the country and here in Wichita. The seemingly innocent bathroom wipe has increased in popularity.
Thousands of Kansas families who receive food stamp benefits, known as SNAP will soon see cuts.
A Wichita scuba instructor says two men stole his student’s gear then tried to sell it to him just hours later.
Maybe. Military workers would get IOU’s from the government. Everything from passport applications to loans to gun permits could be slowed. Political experts say someone in one political party or the other will blink.
Eight inmates being transported from by a private prison company escaped in Oklahoma when their guards stopped to take at least one prisoner into a hospital.