Lawrence city commissioners are refusing to change the city’s laws to comply with a new state law that allows people to carry concealed knives.
The state of Kansas is asking a judge to rule in its favor without a trial in a case involving a sperm donor from Topeka.
An Ottawa woman was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison for her role in a drug sale that led to a man’s death.
Saline County commissioners have approved a plan to house the county’s juvenile inmates at a regional detention center in Junction City.
First responders from throughout the state are taking part in a two-day mass disaster exercise in central Kansas.
Aerial view of Corning tornado damage form Tuesday afternoon.… More »
Kansas legislators plan to resume negotiations on tax issues following House rejection of a proposal to set the sales tax at 6 percent in July.
Tuesday morning. Tomlin Robinson and her three sons got the keys to their new home at 645 SW Grand Court.
Authorities say the twister damaged two businesses and some homes, but there are no reports of fatalities or serious injuries.
Authorities there said a tornado destroyed at least one home and damaged another, while several sheds and outbuildings were also hit.
The Kansas House has rejected a plan for cutting personal income taxes further and setting the state’s sales tax at 6 percent in July to prevent budget shortfalls.
A federal appeals court in Washington has refused to clear a potential obstacle to construction of a coal-fired power plant in southwest Kansas.
It’s the start of a project that could change medicines, foods; even improve the health of the country.
As of 4:20 p.m. a rain wrapped tornado was confirmed on the ground near Corning.
Authorities in eastern Kansas say a man who drowned at Melvern Lake over the weekend had been scuba diving.
The Kanrocksas Music Festival has been canceled due to low ticket sales.
Brownback and the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) Division of Industrial Safety and Health (ISH) have proclaimed June as “Safety and Awareness Month.”