The majestic halls of the Kansas Statehouse echoed this week with downright mendacious chatter about taxes.
Republicans in the Kansas House of Representatives sent a sweeping flat tax plan to Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.
Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly outlined her proposals on everything from taxes to child care in the annual address.
A Girard dress code policy that led to the forced cutting of an 8-year-old Native American boy’s hair has been rescinded.
An influx of federal infrastructure dollars will allow Kansas cities to join a long-running train route between Oklahoma and Texas.
Attorney General Kris Kobach is appealing a state judge’s ruling that has blocked enforcement of multiple abortion restrictions.
The public library in the religion-dominated city of St. Marys has managed to hang onto its lease by the removal of LGBTQ books.
Marion Police Chief Gideon Cody enlisted the support of local and state law enforcement officials in the days before he led raids on the local newspaper office, the publisher's home, and the home of a city councilwoman.
The EPA said Kansas' environmental agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers also will continue to inspect the area for the next five years or 'until it is determined that monitoring is no longer ne
The temporary injunction also puts state-mandated counseling and a new abortion pill 'reversal' law on hold.
Senate President Ty Masterson and House Speaker Dan Hawkins oppose Medicaid expansion. Their deception is both a wildly inaccurate portrayal of uninsured Kansas who could benefit from Medicaid expansion.
Nearly 55% of Republicans support expanding Medicaid, according to a new poll from Fort Hays State University.
About a quarter of the United States’s irrigated cropland sits on top of the Ogallala Aquifer in the Great Plains. But water levels are dropping, and states are taking different approaches to monitoring how much groundwater irrigators are pumping out.
Joan Farr's presidential campaign hinged on support from the actor Keanu Reeves — but after $9,000 in Bitcoin transfers, she reached the conclusion that she had been scammed by a CIA poser.
The police chief who led a highly criticized raid of a small Kansas newspaper has been suspended. Marion Mayor Dave Mayfield on Saturday confirmed to The Associated Press that he suspended Chief Gideon Cody this week.
With a federal shutdown looming as Congress appears unable to pass a temporary funding bill, hundreds of thousands of government employees are likely to start missing paychecks starting next week....
The top Republicans in the State Legislature announced they will resurrect a massive flat tax plan in the upcoming legislative session.
A new labor report revealed the current annual rate of degree and certificate completion at Kansas colleges and universities would be insufficient to meet anticipated growth in demand.
The artifacts were thought to be made between 200 B.C. and 200 A.D. and come from the Nazca region in Peru. They come from a collection that the Miami County Historical Society and Museum received five years ago from a Kansas City couple's trust.
The state health department's says a new law prevents the state from legally recognizing those identities.
The crew on board includes NASA’s Loral O’Hara, a University of Kansas graduate and former research engineer at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts
TOPEKA (KSNT) – Cities across Kansas will be receiving part of $22 million in funding to improve intersections and state highways as part of the Kansas Department of Transportation’s City Connecting Link Improvement Program (CCLIP).
Police can take money, cars and other property from Kansans through a process called civil asset forfeiture. Police say it’s a tool that stops criminals. But opponents say law enforcement takes too much.
Four towns and one county have received funding to upgrade their water and wastewater infrastructure, an urgent need across much of the rural U.S.