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Attorney General Derek Schmidt says counties and cities that exempt themselves from a new law on concealed weapons need to change any “No Guns” signs on public buildings.
Wichita State University’s senior associate athletics director has been reprimanded by the NCAA for getting into an argument with security at the Staples Center in Los Angeles during this year’s NCAA basketball tournament.
Topeka authorities have arrested a man who’s accused of flashing people at the state park near the Governor’s mansion.
A man wanted for two counts of violating the Offender Registration Act is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
A Kansas judge has scheduled a hearing for Thursday in a lawsuit filed by two doctors against the state’s new abortion law.
Parts of the fossil collection at the Sternberg Museum in Hays are coming alive on computer screens.
The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) named Kim Christiansen to the post of Executive Director.
Another class action lawsuit has been filed against seed giant Monsanto over last month’s discovery of an isolated field of genetically engineered wheat in Oregon.
City commissioners have approved a new program requiring 10 percent of all rental properties in Lawrence be inspected every year in an effort to improve living conditions.
The Kansas Corporation Commission will ask the state’s attorney general to defend it against a charge of violating the Kansas Open Meetings Act.
Kansas is heading back to court to defend new restrictions on abortion providers, having already spent more than $758,000 on private attorneys in lawsuits over anti-abortion laws.
The owner of a popular Hays bar and grill has pleaded no contest to aggravated arson for a fire that heavily damaged the business and damaged six other businesses last October.
A Kansas regulator has loosened the rules for small businesses trying to raise capital by selling stock within the state.
A Wichita man who started his clothes on fire while allegedly trying to burn another man is now charged with aggravated arson and aggravated assault.
Lawyers for a University of Kansas student have dropped the student’s lawsuit claiming a fraternity allowed underage drinking that contributed to a severe head injury he suffered.
A federal appeals court has dismissed the appeal of a private contractor convicted of trying to smuggle $150,000 from Afghanistan to his ex-wife in Kansas.