Kansas House and Senate committees approved bills that address possible funding for a health education building proposed by the University of Kansas.
A Wichita clinic says it has provided about 1,200 abortions in the year since it opened.
Douglas County officials reversed an earlier decision and will allow agriculture tourism operations in the county.
An autopsy says a Topeka toddler died from crushing head injuries after being bitten by a dog in December 2012.
The University of Kansas is seeking dismissal of a lawsuit by a former professor who claims its School of Medicine retaliated for his assertion that the university misappropriated federal research grants.
Eight Kansas schools have been selected to receive state grants to promote the use of local foods in schools and agriculture education in the classroom.
Kansas legislators delayed the start of their work Thursday so that dozens of lawmakers could attend the funeral of a House member’s wife.
Washburn University faculty took part in the zombie apocalypse debate Wednesday night.
After a deadly crash on the Kansas Turnpike Saturday, area truck drivers maintain safety is a top priority in the industry.
A proposal designed to bring a state-owned casino to southeast Kansas cleared the state Legislature on Wednesday.
A Kansas House committee is poised to revise a plan for increasing aid to poor school districts but has postponed its discussion of the details.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach pushed Kansas legislators Wednesday for an aggressive response to the U.S. government’s designation of the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened species
A Kansas University professor will be returning to the classroom after nearly seven months of paid leave.
Some Kansas Gas customers are wondering why their utility bill has more than doubled. We looked into why these people in Seneca say their bills do not add up.
A Kansas proposal seen by the National Rifle Association as a model for stripping cities and counties of the power to regulate firearms and nullify existing local gun ordinances is on track to clear the state Legislature quickly after the Senate approved it Wednesday.
Critics of an amendment to give a property tax credit to parents of students attending private schools in Kansas are questioning its legality and financial impact.
The company leading the legal challenge against birth control coverage under “Obamacare” offers its workers a retirement plan that includes investments in companies making contraceptive and abortion drugs.