3 hrs ago | KHGI
Renewing a driver's license shouldn't take multiple attempts and a wait of 3, four or five hours.
7 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
An attorney with the Kansas Corporation Commission identified a previously unrecognized violation of the Kansas Open Meetings Act in processing of a controversial rate increase for water customers in Salina.
10 hrs ago | Roll Call
Secretary of State John Kerry announced Tuesday he is appointing former Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin to be the new special envoy to the African Great Lakes region.
14 hrs ago | Prairie Village Post
Though it applied for a guaranteed six month exemption from Kansas HB 2052 , the city will have to develop a plan to respond to the new law by Jan. 1, 2014.
A Wyandotte County judge dealt a serious blow Monday to price-fixing claims that Associated Wholesale Grocers Inc. brought against the egg industry.
You can instantly tell a certain something about a guy who wears plaid pants. If he's wearing a plaid sport coat that doesn't match the pants, you can tell even more about that guy.
The financial outlook for the Kansas Department of Corrections got better after Gov. Sam Brownback restored almost $3 million in budget cuts Saturday.
The new ordinance against camping on public property is nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt by the City Council to keep people it considers undesirable away from its precious downtown.
An intense debate in Kansas over adopting multistate academic standards for public schools has exposed longstanding tensions between the Legislature and the State Board of Education over control of what happens in classrooms.
Construction is underway on a $10 million addition to the Bioscience and Technology Business Center at the University of Kansas.
"I don't want to lose people to Texas. I want to beat Texas." - Gov. Sam Brownback , talking to the Wall Street Journal about his tax cuts "It's reminiscent of Marie Antoinette: 'Let them eat cake.'
Kimberly Scaler, the new administrator of the Junction City Arts Council, is attempting to keep the organization going after an extended period without state funding.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is still considering action on the state's budget, with a spokeswoman saying a decision is expected over the weekend.
Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is setting his sights on raising $5 million in his bid to return to Washington for another six-year term, even with no opposition on the immediate horizon.
Serving a lengthy prison sentence for a rape he didn't commit, Robert E. Nelson asked for DNA testing to prove his innocence.
He signed the state's two-year budget bil into law, but line-item vetoed the 2015 budget for the Department of Corrections because he considers it "inadequate."