The head of the Kansas ACLU says a bill headed to the governor for his signature creates problems for Kansas voters.
Each of the three applicants have paid $5.5 million in “privilege fees” to the State of Kansas.
A 31-year-old Wichita woman was charged Thursday with killing 31-year-old Lydia Treto.
Health officials say bad eyesight in the U.S. is most common in the South.
The man was convicted by a jury in April of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.
One senator said said veterans should be able to “talk openly and freely with their doctor about all options available to them.”
Riverside Elementary School in Wichita was evacuated on the last day of school due to a gas leak.
Among other things, the measure would cancel the state’s presidential primaries.
The Kansas House has approved a measure that would move local elections to the fall in odd-numbered years.
Exploding air bags made by Takata Corp. are so dangerous that U.S. safety regulators want to manage the recall so cars can be fixed faster.
The national president of the Boy Scouts says the organization’s longstanding ban on participation by gay adults is no longer sustainable.
The Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office says a Wichita man was sentenced for several business burglaries on Wednesday.
Wesley Medical Center has named Bill Voloch as its president and CEO.
Dodge city police arrested a suspect in a burglary spree that occurred Tuesday.
The national president of the Boy Scouts, Robert Gates, is urging change in order to avert potentially destructive legal battles.