Leaders in the state’s largest school district are speaking out about the school funding bill the governor signed.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says smokers go to reservations to buy cheap cigarettes.
The League of Women Voters has joined a lawsuit seeking to overturn a law that requires voters to show proof of citizenship to register.
Kansas AG Derek Schmid filed the legislative response to the Kansas Supreme Court’s equity ruling earlier this year in Gannon v. Kansas.
Two Great Bend High School students are facing battery charges in connection with an incident that occurred on a Great Bend School District …
A Wichita home builder was sentenced Wednesday on two counts of felony theft for defrauding homeowners.
Seven in 10 people, including close to half of Republican voters, have an unfavorable view of Trump, according to a poll.
A Minnesota woman was shot four times after a road rage incident with another driver.
The provolone poacher has struck again at a Colorado restaurant but this time he said “cheese” for security cameras.
The dust has barely settled from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” but audiences already have a new installment to get excited for.
A big crowd has turned out at Universal Studios Hollywood for the opening of its new Harry Potter-themed attraction.
Many senators are not rushing to eagerly embrace Donald Trump or his close competitor, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas.
What started as a routine traffic stop has turned into a special and unique friendship.
A judge has ruled that hearings in the cases of two students accused of plotting to attack Hutchinson High will remain open.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback signed Senate Substitute for House Bill 2655, commonly referred to as the education equity funding bill.