A bill repealing the death penalty in Kansas was introduced Friday in the House.
The Kansas Board of Regents is working to balance the legislature’s plan to allow guns on college campuses.
Lawmakers are being told it’s uncertain when a new state Medicaid eligibility computer system will start working.
Investigators don’t know whether the customers or the owners started the shooting Saturday afternoon at McLemore Gun Shop.
A Wichita man was injured in a holdup when two robbers walked into the business where he was working early Sunday morning.
An employee of a fast-food restaurant was robbed as she was making a night deposit at a southeast Wichita bank.
A Kansas State University professor has been nominated for two Grammy awards.
No one was injured by a magnitude-7.1 earthquake rattled nerved and knocked items off shelves and walls in Alaska early Sunday.
KSN’s parent company, Media General, is reporting the death of the organization’s board chairman, J. Steward Bryan, III.
Family members say the man died after his canoe flipped over Sunday morning.
A group of Kansas Catholics are in the midst of the east coast winter storm.
A massive winter storm buried much of the U.S. East Coast in a foot or more of snow by Saturday, stranding drivers and knocking out power.
More than 500 cars, trucks and buses got stuck Friday night on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh.
Police have arrested a man who told authorities he accidentally shot and injured a woman in a Washington state movie theater.
A trio of robbers held up an east Wichita convenience store Saturday, leaving an employee at the business injured.