Local GM dealers say they are still waiting for a repair part as part of a massive recall.
This weekend, the House and Senate both approved a bill that would give more funding to poor school districts, but would eliminate teachers’ tenure.
Work started today on an expansion project for Kansas State University’s College of Engineering building.
A woman wanted for theft and forgery is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
An Iola man was sentenced today to 7 ½ years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine.
Public school teachers in Kansas likely will lose their legal protections against getting fired after legislators tacked that and other policy changes onto a court-mandated plan to boost aid for poor school districts.
Similar religious-protection legislation has also been introduced around the country. And eight states, Alabama, Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Virginia, had asked the high court to hear the case so lawmakers would have guidance in considering such measures.
Winter wheat in Kansas continues to deteriorate from lack of rain across most of the state.
Police in western Kansas are looking for a motive in the weekend stabbing of a Wal-Mart employee.
Lawyers for parents and school districts at the heart of the Kansas school funding battle have concerns about the plan approved by lawmakers to address a state Supreme Court ruling.
Ford is recalling nearly 435,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada to fix rusting frame parts or faulty seats.
A former Wichita massage parlor worker ensnared in a sex trafficking scheme has been sentenced to time served and probation as she rebuilds her life.
What do the Amelia Earhart Memorial Bridge and the Governor’s Mansion have in common? For the week of April 7-11, they will be lit up in orange lights to help raise awareness on work zone safety.
On Sunday afternoon just after 2 Pottawatomie County Emergency Services responded to a two vehicle accident that had occurred on Highway 16, East of Lincoln Roadd, rural Onaga
There was a candlelight vigil for a Manhattan High School grad who died after falling from an Arizona high rise.
University of Kansas graduate students are concerned the school might reduce the hours they are allowed to work on campus in an effort to comply with new health care requirements.
Education officials say Kansas student testing has been pushing forward despite several hurdles, including computer problems and cyberattacks.