Wichita’s school superintendent is asking the district to spend $3 million to improve school security.
The man accused of shooting and killing two people at a Wichita Dollar General store last year will face trial on capital murder charges.
Brownback has appointed a former Kansas City Chiefs player and businessman to the board that oversees operations of the state’s only toll road.
Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death and injury among children. Kansas State University civil engineers are striving to increase child safety by studying a simple action: buckling up.
Several Kansas schools and school districts have been recognized for their support of character education.
Fresh off a huge victory over President Barack Obama on gun control, the National Rifle Association is gathering in Houston for its annual convention.
The head of the Kansas Rifle Association says gun rights supporters in Kansas are “all in” for a new state law that seeks to block federal regulation of some guns.
A 22-year-old Missouri soldier convicted of a murder committed while he was home for his wife’s funeral will face sentencing today.
Governor Sam Brownback has told U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder a new Kansas gun law aimed at reining in the federal government – has broad support in the state.
A Topeka school took learning to another level Thursday night. Williams Science And Fine Arts Magnet School hosted its education expo this evening.
Area law enforcement gathered at the statehouse Thursday night to pay tribute to fallen officers.
Two area high school students have placed first and third in the Second District Congressional Art Competition.
Junior Achievement of Lawrence inducted four business leaders into the business hall of fame at the Lawrence Country Club.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach says he’s considering an appeal of a federal court order requiring Kansas to cover $389,000 worth of attorneys’ fees and expenses for parties in a lawsuit over political redistricting.
The 33rd annual Designer’s Showhouse is set to open Saturday.
Thursday, May 2 – 9 pm: Kansas Law Enforcement Candlelight Vigil moving indoors to second floor of the Capitol
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For the third time in Topeka’s recorded history snow is falling in May.