Court ordered registered drug offender who has not properly registered with law enforcement.
More than $10 million in state funds will be spent on work on nearly 80 rural bridges listed as deficient.
District court will decide if Heartland Park Petition is valid
Could be the first time in 40 years that a threatened species’ future is determined by politics rather than science.
Faces up to 40 years in federal prison when he is sentenced in January.
Wichita police say they’ve arrested a 54-year-old man in connection to a fatal shooting last week.
A Wichita man has been sentenced to seven years and eight months in federal prison for selling methamphetamine.
Rain across most of Kansas in the past week slowed the harvest of fall crops, but farmers still made progress.
The board previously approved applications from the McPherson and Concordia districts.
The KHP reported all were properly restrained at the time of the accident.
Patient tests negative, doctors say they expect Ebola cases in future.
Critics say new plan endangers the bond of “trust” between parents and educators.
Attendance record may not match up to claims of supporting Kansas agricultural interests.
Potential passenger in fatal plane crash that killed 3 physicians speaks out.
Davis had a news conference at a community center in the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park with leaders of the dissident group.
Wildcats gear up for a top-15 matchup this weekend as K-State travels to Oklahoma.
A judge has ruled that a Hutchinson teenager will be tried as an adult in a fatal fire that killed his mother and sister.
Victim was struck by 8-9 rounds fired by officers from two police jurisdictions.
The filing indicates the union plans to dismiss its lawsuit.
Brownback had no specifics Tuesday about what more the federal government should do.
Medical officer says Kansas City will “probably” see a true Ebola case at some point.
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard is urging Republicans to support the re-election of Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Pat Roberts.
The Supreme Court is considering how to resolve a long-running legal fight between Kansas and Nebraska.
It will largely replace a test which can distinguish a number of viruses, but has a much longer turnaround.
The university announced Monday that the expanded program will start next year.