The Kansas Senate has tentatively approved a measure allowing oil and gas drilling companies to spread clay shavings produced by fracking operations over fields in Kansas.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has scheduled a public meeting to address a recent inspection report on Wolf Creek nuclear power plant near Burlington.
Gov. Sam Brownback is defending his involvement in the Kansas Legislature's debate over redistricting, saying he wants to influence proposals now rather than being forced to consider a veto later.
Gov. Sam Brownback says he has no interest in keeping the University of Kansas' rivalry with the University of Missouri alive when the Tigers leave the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference next year.
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has officially opened his Kansas campaign headquarters in downtown Wichita.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld tells military officers that any perceived weakness in U.S. power is a greater threat to the country than another nation or terrorist cell.
The Mars company won't be allowed to build a wind turbine at its Topeka plant because it would interfere with airspace at nearby Forbes Field.
Many abortion opponents and conservative Republicans in Kansas are pushing to give the governor and legislators more influence over the appointment of appellate court judges.
A commissioned Lawrence police officer has resigned after an investigation fround officers had been fixing over the course of nine years, city officials announced Friday.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has teamed up with the city of Lawrence to develop a transportation plan for the west side of town.