The political races of 2014 were Kansas’ top stories.
Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle has created a new committee to handle criminal justice issues.
School kids, truckers, marijuana smokers and fans of old-fashioned light bulbs are among the millions of people who had something extra ridi…
Senate Democrats and Republicans have reached agreement for a final vote on the $1.1 trillion spending bill Saturday.
Congress has sent President Barack Obama a short-term spending bill that will keep the federal government operating through Wednesday.
As the nominal midnight deadline neared, Republicans reconvened the House with plans to call for a vote on both the $1.1 trillion measure.
Each donor would be allowed to give almost $1.6 million per election cycle. The comparable limit for 2014’s elections was $194,400.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback isn’t publicly ruling out any ideas for helping to close state budget shortfalls.
Republicans will hold at least 246 seats in the House come January, matching the post-World War II high of the Truman administration.
President Barack Obama tapped policy wonk Ashton Carter to oversee the sprawling Defense Department Friday.
Former first lady Laura Bush is coming to southeast Kansas in the spring.
Republicans in the Kansas House have re-elected Speaker Ray Merrick to the chamber’s top leadership position.
The American Civil Liberties Union has revised its lawsuit over same-sex marriage in Kansas.
A horse-drawn coach carrying Santa Claus has delivered the governor’s Christmas tree to Cedar Crest.
Fresh off another general election, some state lawmakers are looking at moving municipal elections like those for city council and school bo…