A Kansas defense lawyer is frustrated by suspension of speedy-trial law, while the state's attorney general expects a flood of lawsuits on that point.
Rural Kansas legislators are objecting to dominance of a House, Senate leadership council by lawmakers from urban counties.
COVID-19 forced closure of Kansas' four casinos and weakened lottery ticket sales, lowering revenue by early $100 million in fiscal year ending June 30.
TOPEKA — Hundreds of thousands of people across the state have already or will soon receive a voter registration application in the mail as...
KDHE is altering metrics used to place COVID-19 outbreaks on a weekly list of site-specific clusters in Kansas.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday expressed alarm at rapidly worsening COVID-19 numbers in Kansas and blamed Republican legislative leaders for standing in...
Advocates of elderly and disabled people in Kansas are urging KDHE to resume facility-specific reporting on spread of COVID-19 infection.
Kansas legislators David Haley and Gail Finney are optimistic the 2021 Legislature can advance a bill legalizing medical marijuana.
The COVID-19 influenced unemployment rate in Kansas fell to 6.9% in August, a drop of 0.3%. It's still well above the 3.1% rate in August 2019.
On the first game day of the 2020 season for the University of Kansas football team, bars and restaurants across town had empty seats...