Lawmakers are close approving a bill to make it easier for state agencies to move jobs out of the civil service system.
State health officials say the number of children ingesting juice used in e-cigarettes is on the rise.
An unsealed document charges a Topeka man with conspiracy in a plot to bomb the Fort Riley military base.
On Wednesday, police say the victim in the shooting was trying to sell $1,600 worth of pot.
A KSN investigation reveals that local stores are not doing enough to keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors.
The governor announced that a mandate requiring energy companies to meet certain energy requirements may be going away.
The Great Bend Police force is cracking down on illegal drugs. Their best tool is their drug dog Kia.
New Yorkers have been running into Bono and his band, U2, all over town the past few days.
A judge has determined that a woman charged with cutting an unborn baby from a stranger’s womb will stand trial.
Californians conserved little water in March and local officials were not aggressive in cracking down on waste.
A former Catholic high school coach pleads guilty to charges of sex crimes with a child. Patrick Blevins was arrested in March.
A Tennessee woman passed away on Tuesday morning, days after a steel rod smashed through her windshield.
The $1 million Mega Millions cash prize in the April 28 drawing has been claimed by a Wichita resident.
Gov. Sam Brownback and legislative leaders have agreed to give five school districts roughly half a million dollars in additional funding.
Proposal could have Kansas homeowners paying higher property taxes to help close a projected state budget shortfall.