Federal authorities are investigating more than a dozen apparently random shootings targeting vehicles on Kansas City-area roads and highways to determine whether they are connected.
Michelle Obama and Jill Biden are getting a dose of high-profile support for their nationwide effort to help military families.
An election conducted by mail has ended with voters in the Salina school district approving a $111 million bond issue.
Damage to railroad tracks caused by last week’s flash flooding in west-central Missouri is forcing changes in Amtrak passenger service.
A Salina man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the death of a 27-year-old mother of five children.
A federal judge has upheld the convictions in Kansas against a man who posed for decades as his dead infant brother to escape child support obligations and legal difficulties in Canada.
Finney County commissioners say they want to have a say in the federal government’s efforts to decide the regulations for the lesser prairie chicken.
An Arizona couple has given Kansas State University $1.5 million toward the expansion of the College of Engineering.
Everyone is going orange in the name of “Work Zone Safety.”
The Lyon County Crime Stoppers want information on two arsons from last week.
The Saline County sheriff is reopening an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint against the county’s health director, who started work Monday.
Railroads are launching a new campaign to highlight the dangers of being near train tracks after a spike in rail deaths last year.
The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson is preparing to launch the Liberty Bell 7 space capsule on a trip to Germany.
Wichita State University officials are celebrating after the Kansas Legislature approved $2 million for a new effort to create more technology jobs.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is praising legislators for unanimously approving a measure to increase penalties for defrauding the state’s Medicaid program.
Organizers of the annual Great Bend Farm and Ranch Expo say the event is expected to draw more than 500 exhibitors and thousands of spectators.
Brownback says Kansas employers will save millions of dollars this year under a bill adjusting their payments to the unemployment trust fund.