Some Kansas lawmakers say a political rivalry is holding up a bill designed to improve the diagnosis of breast cancer.
Kansas health officials say 13 rabies cases have been confirmed so far this year, a 300 percent increase over the same time period last year.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says the controversy over what the beef industry calls finely textured lean beef "is unmerited and unwarranted."
Governors and lieutenant governors from at least four states are planning to tour the lone remaining Beef Products Inc. plant in operation as a sign of support for the company.
More than 1,000 private abortion records from a defunct clinic have been found discarded in a recycling bin outside an elementary school near Kansas City, Kan., prompting a police investigation and outrage from people on both sides of the abortion debate.
Twenty-three Kansas hospitals will share more than $10 million in Medicaid incentive payments for moving toward electronic health records.
A bipartisan group of Shawnee County legislators has managed to strip the House budget of a provision that would have frozen admissions to the Kansas Neurological Institute.
Dozens of Kansas high school students and chaperones who became ill after eating in New York while on a band trip have been treated for food poisoning symptoms at a western Pennsylvania hospital.
The Kansas Heath Foundation is launching a new campaign to draw attention to what it calls a crisis in dental health care in Kansas.
A bipartisan group of Kansas legislators wants Gov. Sam Brownback to delay his proposed changes in the state's Medicaid program until 2013.