Kansans spent Monday stocking up for the winter storm.
Kansas and Arizona have rekindled a lawsuit seeking to force the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to require residents of the two states to show proof of citizenship when registering to vote.
A Kansas Senate committee is reviewing a bill expanding the authority of district court magistrates as an efficiency measure.
With a major winter storm system forecast to hit the state Tuesday, Feb. 4, state officials are urging all Kansans to make sure they are prepared.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has ordered state offices in the Topeka area to remain closed Tuesday and the Legislature has canceled its meetings.
The Wichita school district will not have school Tuesday. The district announced it was canceling classes Monday afternoon.
With the trucks ready to roll, city leaders say they vividly remember issuing an apology after a storm last year.
House Bill 2303 increases fines for DUI testing refusal and DUI violations.
Fifty trucks are being employed to plow emergency routes around the clock until streets are cleared.
A northwest Kansas police chief is defending his department’s investigation of a Missouri woman’s death at a county jail.
There aren’t a whole lot of statement games on Wichita State’s schedule this season.
Syracuse, off to the best start in school history, is the first unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll. Wichita State remains at No. 4.
The U.S. Postal Service has told Topeka officials it intends to sell its office building and parking lot in downtown Topeka.
A significant winter storm continues to move into Kansas.
Kansas City, Kan., firefighters found a body while fighting a blaze at a home in the city.