Researchers believe they finally know why the measles vaccine also helped reduce cases of other infectious diseases.
A top Kansas education official and a school superintendent are preparing to testify in a hearing on a new school funding law.
Police say a man serving a sentence at Ellsworth Correctional Facility for attempted murder tried to escape Thursday.
The vigil took place in the 800 block of Russell, near where Allie Saum was shot about 9:30 p.m. May 6th.
Numerous tornadoes tore through the state yesterday, one of which tore a part a home near Mount Hope.
NASCAR driver Kyle Petty brought about 200 people through Kansas Thursday on the 21st annual Kyle Petty Charity Ride.
Sumner County Emergency Management told us it’s up to each town to decide when to run the sirens.
The Reno County Health Department along with KDHE is currently investigating this possible case.
Brady declined to discuss his thoughts about the 243-page report.
The information about Elton Simpson was developed about three hours before the contest.
Legislative researchers have said lawmakers must close a $422 million budget shortfall for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
It would remove a requirement that renewable resources account for 20 percent of utilities’ capacity to generate electricity by 2020.
Since it was started back in 1987, the Kansas Lottery has generated billions of dollars. So where does that money go?
The new National Museum of African American History and Culture should open on the National Mall in late 2016.
The House advanced the bill on a voice vote Thursday and will make its final vote Friday.