A new government report shows recent rain and cooler temperatures are relieving the stress on Kansas farm crops.
Kansas legislative leaders plan to send members of the House and Senate budget committee on a tour of higher education campuses later this year.
Emergency management workers will be out in Lindsborg assessing damage from flash flooding that forced several evacuations.
With school starting in a couple of weeks, enrollment is underway at Wichita Public Schools and parents need to be aware that registration may take longer.
Update // Police say a man drove off of West Street and his car hit a lawn care worker and hydrant.
Winfield EMS has four ambulances in the fleet. Three have broken down over the last two weeks briefly leaving 900 square miles to be serviced by one ambulance.
A Wisconsin man accused of joining a cyberattack staged by the computer hacking group Anonymous on Wichita-based Koch Industries is expected to plead guilty in the case.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt confirmed Monday that bond has been set at $2 million in the case involving Bryant Alan Seba.
On Saturday night, the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office along with the Kansas Highway Patrol conducted a sobriety check lane on K-15.
Kansas City police say the death of an infant whose body was found in a trash truck is being investigated as a homicide.
Topeka police chief Ron Miller says a city police officer shot and killed a man who charged at officers and bystanders with a knife.
Thomas Etheredge, the founder of Wild West World who was sent to prison for defrauding investors, is now out of jail.
Recent gang violence has prompted a push to get the notorious off the streets.
Rose Hill is offering a rebate program for residents who conserve water.
A toddler swept away in a rain-swollen creek Friday is now in good condition.