The Department of Revenue reported Friday that the state collected nearly $310 million in taxes in February.
Charges are filed against a 22 year-old man for shooting three people near the KU campus earlier this month.
Commission found Timothy H. Henderson sexually harassed female attorneys and staff.
The victims were found at four different homes.
Avijit Roy was a prominent voice against religious intolerance.
Lawrence police say the investigation into other possible suspects is continuing.
People inside the home escaped without injuries.
Kansas Senators move to infuse money into the state's pension system.
The state House tabled a decision on softening pot penalties.
The state House passes bills which both stiffen and soften drunk driving penalties.
A measure to move local elections from spring to fall has passed the state Senate.
Both Kansas houses have approved new policies for negotiations between teacher associations and school boards.
The program provides incentives such as student loan forgiveness and waived income taxes.
Police investigated after a local pet store reported buying 5 of the spiders.
Sheriff Greg Riat says Andrew J. Brown of Wamego was pronounced dead at a hospital early Wednesday.
Emwazi has been identified as the masked militant shown in beheading videos.
French bulldogs sauntered into the top 10 for the first time in nearly a century.
The bill was requested by Kris Kobach, who tried to prevent Chad Taylor's withdrawal from the U.S. Senate race.
Gunshot victim was found at 944 SW Kent Place about 10 Wednesday night.
The Kansas Senate's approved a bill making teachers criminally liable for showing harmful material to students.
Kansas lawmakers are on the clock to consider legislation before a cut-off point.
The Governor has new a operative with deep conservative credentials.
The Kansas Senate votes against stricter medicaid control for mental health drugs.
Kansas lawmakers have given early approval to doing away with concealed gun permits.
The owners of the strip club aboard the 94 ft. "Wild Alaskan", have been indicted by a federal grand jury on three separate counts.
The bill was designed to boost benefits for retirees to help them deal with increases in the cost of living.
Tara Dimick and her guests will take a look into the business world of Topeka, Kansas, from this Sunday.
Program manager says the aircraft would be used for such things as researching drought stress and bug infestation.
Monday's fire killed 21-month-old Sawyer White, who was trapped in the basement of a family home in Belleville.
Eddie Ray Routh's attorneys argued he was experiencing a psychotic episode at the time of the shootings.
Track operator will be required to pay for commerce park development, garages and high-end facilities and a new banquet facility.
Rep. Peggy Mast proposed the action as part of the state's response to a multimillion dollar budget shortfall.
The airline says it's canceled 90 flights so far.
State legislative committees scramble as deadlines approach.
The Kansas Senate could approve a bill to give Medicaid more control over mental health drugs.
An officer in Lawrence is arrested, charged with domestic violence and suspended.
A bill passed by the Kansas Senate makes teachers criminally liable for showing students harmful material.
The state Senate's given early approval to allow Secretary of State Kris Kobach to prosecute voter fraud cases.
It's the third veto of Obama's presidency.
Samuel Vonachen told authorities people are "awful'' and he set the fire to send his family a message.
23-year-old Derek Butters is a two-year veteran of the Ottawa Police Department.
Topeka police say a car was stolen at gunpoint Monday morning.
A proposal to make investigation of government agencies over redacted public material easier is backed by the Kansas AG.
The state Senate's looking at a measure to allow carry of concealed weapons without a permit.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has ruled there's no proof that airman David Gutierrez's acts were likely to transmit HIV at swinger parties.
Kansas lawmakers have advanced a measure allowing grocery and convenience stores to sell full strength beer.
Legal experts say it's likely the request will eventually go before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Construction of the $1.5 million center is being funded by the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Judge Mark Braun was in court when attorney David McDonald was punched.
35 year old Ronald Stump was not wearing a seatbelt and died in the crash.
A House panel's passed a measure allowing teachers who don't pay union dues to negotiate their own contracts with school districts.
Two bills in the state Senate would delay or possibly prevent enactment of upcoming clean air standards.
A bill crafted by a national anti-abortion group has overwhelming passed the Kansas Senate.
A state charge of first-degree felony murder against Marcas McGowan will be dismissed to pursue federal kidnapping and weapons-related indictments.
The state Senate's expected to pass a ban on an abortion procedure proponents call "dismemberment".
State Democrats are criticizing an immigration bill in the legislature as prejudicial.
The public can comment on Kansas education standards with a new online tool.
The state Senate's given preliminary approval to a bill banning a specific abortion procedure proponents call "dismemberment"
Secretary of State Kerry said it would be stupid to attack those who are currently fighting and ignore causes of extremism.
Police ask for public's help in locating driver of second vehicle.
Lawmakers have give early approval to doubling campaign contributions.
The state's anticipated appeal of a ruling it's under funding schools is official.
A bill to ban an abortion procedure will be reviewed today by Kansas lawmakers.
A Kansas legislative panel's given early approval to stiffer punishment for scrap metal theft.
A 54-year old New Hampshire man has made a plea deal after crashing his car, killing 2 people in 2013.
The book features the same brother and sister seen in Dr. Seuss' 1960 classic "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.''
During the three-day conference, Obama is highlighting local models for preventing radicalization.
Couple admits they hired undocumented workers for hotels in Overland Park and Kansas City, Missouri.
Lawmakers advance two separate proposals for selecting Kansas Supreme Court Justices.
Parents of kids who suffer from seizures lobby Kansas lawmakers to legalize hemp oil.
The Kansas Secretary of State says the formation of new businesses proves tax breaks are working.
New bill says sex ed wouldn't be taught without parent consent.
Senate ends dispute on rules, bundling bills.
Man is convicted of robbing banks in Kansas and Nebraska
The war has already killed more than 5,600 people and displaced more than a million.
Andres Lara-Rodriguez died after he carjacked a pest control truck.
People involved in minor accidents are asked to report them to Police Headquarters at their earliest convenience.
Republicans and Democrats are in favor of a bill in the state legislature to largely double campaign contribution limits.
30-year old Dustin Walker will be re-tried on1st degree murder charges.
A bill in the state legislature would keep fantasy sports legal under Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission rules.
GigaPower will be available to homes and businesses in downtown KC and some suburbs
Assaria welcomes Zach Short back home.
It's being investigated as a suspicious death.
Frustration as health law sign-ups hit technical snag ahead of Sunday deadline.
Vaping in the boys' room? Some schools treating e-cigs more harshly than tobacco.
Ferrero was the patriarch of the eponymous family empire best known for its Nutella and Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
FAA orders inspections of about 300 Enstrom helicopters following Colorado crash that killed 2.
United plans to outsource 1,150 airport jobs, down from about 2,000 originally targeted.
President Obama and privacy advocates want stronger encryption while law enforcement officials claim that could harm criminal investigation.
Kansas Supreme Court has upheld a murder conviction for a Wichita man.
Kansas Senate Majority Leader has kept his chamber from debating legislation since Feb. 5.
A House budget panel voted Thursday to reinstate about $280 million of that funding.
Amy the Pig has graduated from agility class.
Billy Davis Jr. has been sentenced to life without parole for killing Ahliyah Irvin.
A suspect is dead following a police chase resulting from a carjacking in the Kansas City area.
2012 was the last year with three Friday the 13ths. The next will be 2026.
Former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius slammed measures implemented under Governor Borwnback's administration Thursday.
Some lawmakers are trying to keep highway money from being used to balance the budget.
Despite a pending lawsuit, Harvard and MIT say they're committed to making their courses and online materials accessible to everyone.
Accused of 1st-degree murder, Kansas commune leader Daniel Perez, shifted blame to others in court Thursday.