The Kansas Board of Regents wants an in-depth study of a new law that loosens restrictions on carrying concealed weapons into public buildings.
The Kansas Department of Transportation says it spent more than $18.5 million clearing and salting highways during the past winter.
Max’s parents say the only real noticeable difference since the accident is his speech.
The former wastewater manager for the city of Hays has been charged with violating the Clean Water Act by lying about nitrogen levels in the city’s discharges.
Two out-of-state companies have been fined a total of more than $100,000 for violating the Kansas No-Call Act, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.
Heavy rain that fell Tuesday afternoon made rush hour a headache for Wichita commuters.
After months of research, local historian Mary Douglass compiled hundreds of photos depicting the celebrated history of the city.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Wichita State men’s basketball team will play a game at Intrust Bank Arena.
The Kansas Board of Education has yanked the licenses of six teachers, including four convicted of sex crimes.
DNA testing on the two men who killed a Kansas family and were profiled in the book “In Cold Blood” does not link them to a quadruple murder in Florida more than 50 years ago.
The plea agreement reached by a traveling hospital worker accused of stealing drugs and infecting patients with hepatitis C in New Hampshire describes in new detail the distress and pain some of them have suffered.
Two young siblings are credited with saving a toddler from drowning in an apartment pool in Topeka.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach says Kansas will continue to enforce a law requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship despite a threatened lawsuit.
The Butler County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a possible telephone scam targeting the elderly.
Fans at Kansas sporting events will have a chance to go green while cheering on the Jayhawks.