Kansas gambling revenues raised through lottery ticket sales and three state-owned casinos are expected to top $150 million for the fiscal year ending June 30.
The 12-year-old was hit while crossing a Wichita street in February.
Erick Jackson will stand trial in murder case.
A realtors association says home sales in Kansas in May were the highest in the state since 2007.
The Supreme Court says a key provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act cannot be enforced until Congress comes up with a new way of determining which states and localities require close federal monitoring of elections.
Former Kansas football player Chris Martin and two other men have pleaded not guilty in a robbery case stemming from a home invasion in Lawrence.
Salina residents will not be allowed to carry concealed weapons into the city’s public buildings for at least six months.
The government’s weekly snapshot of Kansas crops indicates warmer weather and steady winds have helped dry out soggy wheat fields.
School board members vote to go new. The old building will still be used.
After months of debate, the Wichita school board decided to build a new Southeast High School, rather than renovate the current building.
Realtors say the numbers used in a USA Today/Wall St. 24/7 report are misleading.
The teachers say they would like more local control over negotiating with school district officials there.
Fire crews contained a large wheat field fire that started near 87th Street South and West Street around 3:30 p.m Monday.
A former cadet leader accused of assaulting a younger student at a Kansas military school has struck a deal with prosecutors for a 45-day jail sentence.
Records from the Kansas secretary of state’s office indicate one-third of all voter registration applications submitted this year are in a state of “suspense” because the applicant failed to provide proof of citizenship.