Gov. Pence says the law has been "grossly mischaracterized" and has put Indiana under a harsh glare.
The newspaper says uproar has "done enormous harm'' to the state.
Wrecks and blowouts have been linked to faster speeds.
The groups says providing such drugs runs contrary to the role of pharmacists as health care providers.
Kansas hopes today's tax collections report will help the state's deficit problem.
Kansas could give counties the option to allow liquor sales in grocery and convenience stores.
This just a month after the state auditor also killed himself.
More Americans say "there's no place like home..."
The park service launches campaign to introduce a new, more diverse generation to the national parks.
Spokeswoman says customer orders have dropped because of low oil prices and fewer new wells starting in the country.
Economists expect much stronger growth this year and next.
Officials say secret program to collect and store American calling records was discussed before leaker Edward Snowden revealed the practice.
Rep. Virgil Peck was the only passenger on the plane from Coffeyville to Topeka March 13th.
Fiorina lost the race for U.S. Senate in California in 2010.
Two people remain unaccounted for in Thursday's blast.
Is Kensinger's tobacco contract a conflict of interest?
School decided against giving letters to special needs athletes because those sports are not varsity-level competitions.
Governor Brownback's request would only leave $2.4 million for students attending public institutions.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA has expressed concerns about the law, and has suggested it could move future events elsewhere.
Miller has said he felt a duty to kill Jews before his death, which he believed to be imminent.
Kansas just missed ranking in the top half of states in job growth for February.
Native American music is part of a weekend event tied the re-accreditation pitch of a Lawrence college.
Search of home revealed no suicide note or evidence of any political or religious motivation for Lubitz's actions.
Two of the students were in school Thursday and the third was expected to be at school Friday.
The rule aims to protect residential customers who cannot fully pay winter utility bills.
The shooting happened after the boyfriend told dispatch his girlfriend fired a gun inside a home.
Wichita Police Unearth Details of Mysterious Roadside Casket
Colorado's defends its legal pot law against surrounding states in court today.
The gunman fled with hydrocodone and promethazine.
During the final minutes of the flight’s descent, pounding could be heard on the door as alarms sounded.
The state House approves $1.5 billion bond sale to finance a shortage in pension money.
The Kansas Senate passes a budget which will need new taxes to balance.
Police accuse the woman of entering the attached garage of a home last week and damaging a vehicle inside.
The men often endure severe beatings, 22-hour shifts and even confinement.
Shawnee County jumped up 10 places in a ranking of county health this year.
The Kansas House looks to make concealed carry of guns with no permit or training legal.
Controversial abortion ban gets vote in Kansas House today.
Two measures to narrow public worker options go before Kansas lawmakers today.
A state Senate panel's looking at a measure which could allow lawmakers to impeach Supreme Court Justices for overturning legislation.
Pedro Abad declined to take a breathalyzer after the accident.
Man was wanted in connection with a burglary at a remote sporting camp.
The Kansas House gives preliminary approval to a bill removing some civil service protections for state workers.
Daniel Perez was convicted of first-degree premeditated murder in death of Patricia Hughes.
VA said it will now measure 40-mile trip by driving miles, rather than as the crow flies.
The weather service is warning against any outdoor burning.
Three men made at least $3.3 million from the scheme.
A Jackson County attorney says the incident was a random act of road rage.
The measure stemmed from discussions between Brownback and mental health advocates.
The Senate rejected an amendment to require lobbyists to disclose the time and date of their dinner meetings with legislators.
The adopted boy was eventually removed from the home.
A "Hard 50" sentence has been recommended for Sarah Gonzales McLinn in the killing of her roomate and pizza shop owner Harold Sasko.
Ken Grasing hit the shark and a stranger helped him out of the water.
The rebates will average about $1.26 a month.
Police say the man appeared to have a single gunshot wound to his upper body.
A news conference is scheduled to announce details.
Prices at the pump are edging back down.
NHTSA says 124 people have complained about problem after repairs were made.
This is the 2nd chairlift malfunction that caused injuries in five years.
'Insurgents' opening nearly matches that of its predecessor, 'Divergent'.
This year marks the country's 50th independence anniversary.
Cruz will be first high-profile candidate to launch a White House bid.
The bill top Republicans engineered through the legislature to replace the way Kansas funds public schools is on Governor Brownback's desk.
A couple of government transparency measures get first round approval in the Kansas Senate.
Fracking practice in two Kansas counties is ordered to be cutback because of earthquake fears.
Claims will mostly be submitted and processed online through a dedicated website.
The child didn't survive.
K-State researchers are studying the use of drones to protect wheat crops.
AG Derek Schmidt takes issue with New Mexico counterparts prediction of victories over Wichita St. & Kansas.
A state budget being looked at in a Senate panel needs $200 million in tax increase to balance.
Detectives are asking anyone with information about the shooting to contact police.
Races are scheduled to start April 4.
The dog's breeders have acknowledged the true facts surrounding the death of the Irish Setter, Jagger, may never be known.
Kansas lawmakers will debate a budget passed in committee which leaves a large state deficit.
KU claims millions in tax payer paid jet expenses are offset by revenues from donors and athletics.
Kansas AG will a appeal court decision to force legislators to spend more money on education.
The prosecutor told jurors that three of 15 beer cans found in the residence contained traces of Ambien.
A public defender assigned to Stout's case had no comment.
18-year-old Rontarus Washington Jr. denied he was involved in death of 19-year-old Justina Altamirano Mosso.
A Topeka businessman who wrote over 5,000 bad checks will spend over 3 years in jail.
Kansas lawmakers are looking at rolling back property tax exemptions for renewable energy plants.
After a state agency indicated fantasy sports are illegal, Kansas lawmakers are changing language in the law.
The state legislature's taken just over a week to pass and send to Governor Brownback legislation to replace the state's method of funding schools with block grants.
Democratic legislators introduced proposals to allow scrutiny of such communications, but neither bill received a hearing.
Sunday's snow came after a record-setting monthly snowfall of 64.9 inches in February.
Police say the man's blood-alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit.
Bruce says a motion to concur isn't out of the ordinary.
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Buses were dispatched to the runway to pick up stranded passengers.
Miller was police chief of Topeka from September 2006 until last year.
More than 3,000 people have been victims of the scam.
Kansas officials want a national designation to promote recreation on the Arkansas River.
Kansas lawmakers consider ditching "Teacher of Year" award for cash prizes.
An effort to severely limit collective bargaining for state workers has stalled in the Kansas legislature.
A major survey finds Americans' confidence in all three branches of government is at or near record lows.
A KU researcher's discovered neanderthals had cognitive ability to make jewelry.
A bill to make fantasy sports legal in Kansas is being considered.
Governor Brownback's choice for the Kansas Court of Appeals is confirmed.
A measure prohibiting colleges from penalizing religious groups has passed a Senate panel.
A bill to do away with renewable energy requirements is meeting resistance from farmers.
The measure includes a requirement that able-bodied adults seeking food stamps or cash assistance be employed or looking for work.