The Kansas adjutant general and top officials with the Armenian Ministry of Defense say a 10-year relationship between the state and the former Soviet republic has yielded benefits for both groups.
Republicans in the Kansas House and Senate have issued dueling invitations for joint meetings to air their differences on budget and tax issues.
A Kansas House committee has endorsed three measures that would give the governor more power in appointing judges, force judges to retire earlier and diminish the authority of the Kansas Supreme Court.
Brownback says an impasse between the Kansas Legislature’s top leaders on tax issues is normal as lawmakers near the end of their session.
Kansas legislators are restarting public negotiations aimed at resolving their differences over tax issues.
A construction crew has apparently struck a gas line near 17th and SW Washburn Ave. and has caused some nearby businesses to be evacuated.
AT&T is bringing a virtual reality car simulator to Highland Park High School today from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
A rock formation in Riley County is attracting treasure seekers who are hoping to find diamonds.
The widow of a man who became a successful geologist has donated $1 million to the University of Kansas.
The Kansas Historical Society announced that Formerly Known as Treece is on display in the State Archives gallery at the Historical Society in Topeka.
Top leaders of the Kansas Legislature aren’t ruling out the possibility that its annual session might extend into next week.
A jury trial for a Topeka man charged with kidnapping and killing an 8-year-old girl has been postponed until next year.
A bill authorizing Kansas to issue an additional $202 million in bonds for a new biodefense lab in Manhattan is one vote from going to the state House.
The Powerball jackpot has ballooned to $360 million in a matter of weeks
The Lawrence City Commission voted to send a letter of exemption to the Kansas Attorney General.
The names of two Topeka Police Officers who were shot to death last year are now displayed on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C.
The city is working day and night – mending the streets with hot asphalt mix – something only available when the weather is warm.