A judge has agreed to limit what material the court can consider in a lawsuit filed by Kansas and Arizona seeking to force federal election officials to modify voter registration forms to require proof-of-citizenship from residents in those states.
A federal judge has reset a date to hear arguments over the government’s request to limit who can see some evidence in the case of an alleged suicide bomb plot at a Wichita airport.
Jay Leno discusses his departure as “Tonight Show” host.
Kansas dug out Wednesday after a thick blanket of snow closed schools and shut down state government for a second consecutive day.
Crews are using a straight sand treatment due to the low temperatures, which make salt less effective.
CVS Caremark is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 drugstores nationwide as it focuses more on providing health care.
Mason Wilde has always had a passion for figuring out how things work.
Pit bulls and similar breeds are no longer considered vicious dogs in Garden City.
Clay Center voters have again approved a new tax to build a swimming pool to replace one built in 1937.
The State Board of Education will review a recent study of Kansas elementary and middle school students linking fitness to academic success.
The largest electric utility in Kansas has begun a $200,000 solar panel project in Lawrence.
The city of Wichita will help finance a $1.8 million project at the Kansas Aviation Museum to upgrade the aging building.
Utilities in Kansas are lobbying legislators to rewrite a state renewable energy law to provide less of a financial benefit to consumers who install solar panels or windmills.
The Highway Patrol is blaming winter weather for a two-car collision that killed two people in southeast Kansas.
Watch KSN’s Leon Liebl and Eric Naktin enjoy the Wichita whiteout.