Thursday’s court order means lawmakers could be ordered to provide additional funding for Kansas schools after the May 7 hearing.
Dodge City Community College is lowering tuition for Ford County residents.
U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten on Thursday revoked the release order for George and Agatha Enns of Meade.
The measure goes next to Gov. Sam Brownback for his possible signature.
The state expected to collect nearly $516 million in taxes for the month. Instead, it collected $511.5 million.
Day two, back in action, lawmakers are saying the tax breaks from 2012 are on the table.
Last year, the dining hall at Camp Aldrich burned down, leaving Camp Hope, which is for kids battling cancer, without a home.
The woman had collapsed in early February after complaining of a bad headache.
KSN is learning more about the threats at Hutchinson High School that were made on Facebook.
Longwell said a $2 million shortfall in the City’s 2016 budget is is driving the urgency to address Wichita’s transportation needs.
Solid-colored tattoos disrupt the heart rate monitor, rendering the new gadget largely ineffective.
Drug charges have been filed against a man arrested Tuesday in Kansas for transporting approximately 100 pounds of methamphetamine.
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A teenage boy, a four-month-old and a woman in her 20’s have all been saved. Five days after a deadly earthquake struck Nepal.
Kansas legislators and other officials are waiting to learn whether the state’s tax collections in April met expectations.