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Kansas City-area nurse Joan Horton was caring for a suicidal woman in her early 20s when Horton was punched across the left side of her face.
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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt's office says it has paid outside attorneys more than $1 million to defend anti-abortion laws enacted in recent years.
Two southwest Kansas women have been sentenced for embezzling nearly $109,000 from a bank where they worked and staging a robbery to conceal the thefts.
Gov. Sam Brownback said Thursday that he hopes to bring more manufacturing jobs to Kansas as domestic and foreign companies look to expand in the United States.
Equality Kansas will hold its own rally Sunday evening in answer to the Westboro Baptist Church protests that will be taking place in Roeland Park and Mission earlier that day.
Kansans safely disposed of more than 27 tons of personal documents during last week's observance of National Consumer Protection Week, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.
When internal medicine physician Jeanne Kroeker bought a practice in 2004, it already had a cap on the number of new Medicare patients it accepted.
A grassroots coalition of educators, advocates, parents, and Kansans came together to make the case for school choice in the Kansas State Capitol on 11 February 2014.
A Minnesota man convicted of aggravated human trafficking in Logan County has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison.
A woman whose decomposing body was found under a pile of clothing next to the body of her boyfriend at a Kansas farm had been bound at the wrists and was partially clothed, crime scene specialists testified Tuesday.
A grand jury indictment has charged a former Kansas legislator with bank fraud and alleges some of the money went into his political account.
Kyle T. Flack of Ottawa, who is charged in connection with the killing of three adults and an 18-month-old girl in spring 2013, sits with his court-appointed lawyer, Ronald Evans, head of the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit in Topeka, in Franklin County District Court in Ottawa.
Prosecutors say an overnight copper theft in Wichita is further proof serious action is necessary to combat a common Kansas crime.
The Kansas judicial branch may have to cut its number of court reporters if the Legislature follows through with a House recommendation.
There's no such thing as "free money," right? Those who support Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid in Kansas think there is.
A bill requiring background and credit checks for the navigators who help people sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act won initial approval in the Kansas Senate on Tuesday.