You would think rain in the forecast would be great news for farmers, especially those affected by the recent wildfires.
About 20 Ohio farmers spent the weekend rebuilding fences in Ashland.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has stopped short of saying that he would veto a bill to expand the Medicaid program in Kansas.
Kleypas’ was convicted in Crawford County District Court of capital murder in 1997 and handed a death sentence death sentence in 1998.
Officials said Stafford County Drug will start in the AG360 Insurance building, along Fourth Street.
The legislature is already more receptive this year to expanding the state’s Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act.
The Kansas Highway Patrol said a 29-year-old Scott City man was killed in crash Monday morning.
The committee vote on Judge Neil Gorsuch now will be held April 3.
Authorities say a woman was killed and four other people were injured when a vehicle hit a car that had run out of gas along I-70.
The Kansas City Star reports that Ian Grillot was surprised with the check Saturday at a Houston gala.
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity is calling on CBS News to release the full tape of his interview with Ted Koppel for “Sunday Morning”.
Texas daycare worker jailed after grabbing 4-year-old girl by the arm and slamming her to the ground.
Wichita Public Schools names the new assistant superintendent of elementary schools.
They include a breast-feeding mother, a bearded man, a woman wearing a headscarf, a face vomiting and an exploding head.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he is “urging states and local jurisdictions to comply with these federal laws.”