On his first stop in Idaho as president, Obama pitched the proposals he outlined night in his State of the Union address.
“I know words really don’t do anything here at this point,” Shaquille Jones told the court. “I wish I could take it back.”
City leaders working with KDOT unveiled a new look for the plans to rework Kellogg at Greenwich, Webb road and K-96.
At the statehouse, there was a push for legislation that would address the shortage of dentists in western Kansas.
For the first time, advocates of medical marijuana were able to testify at a full legislative hearing in Topeka.
Garden City Community College’s women’s basketball team escaped injury when bus was involved in an accident.
A second large oil spill into Montana’s Yellowstone River in less than four years is reviving questions about oversight of the nation’s pipe…
These actions bring the total number of Kansas listings in the National Register to 1,383.
It’s the largest saltwater spill since the state’s oil boom began in 2006, and nearly triple the size of the previous record.
Justice Lawton Nuss said that revenues from court fees have fallen short of expectations, squeezing the judicial branch’s budget.
Officials at Northwest High say a student was in possession of a gun and showed it to others this afternoon.
A Wichita woman was sentenced to two years on federal probation for operating a prostitution business.
Luis Alvarado-Meraz made his first court appearance Wednesday where he was formally charged with capital murder.
Oregon school uses aroma therapy and llama petting sessions to reduce student stress during exams.
Kyle B. Rains, a 31-year-old from Park City, pleaded guilty to one count of distributing child pornography.