An investigator from an auditing firm that examined the Kansas Bioscience Authority says a supplemental report may be done to explain emails from the authority's former CEO.
An assistant director of the Kansas Legislature's nonpartisan research staff will serve as acting director for at least the next several months.
A challenge to a new Kansas law restricting insurance coverage of abortion has been assigned to a new judge following the death of the federal who had been overseeing the case.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (KOH'-bahk) confirms that he's serving as an unpaid adviser on immigration issues to Republican Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
Kansas lawmakers have been considering a proposal that would allow utility companies to raise rates before the state approves the increases.
Kansas lawmakers are slated to take the first step in redrawing the boundaries of the state's congressional districts on Wednesday, but a new map could spell trouble for Representative Lynne Jenkins.
The father of a Wichita girl who committed suicide after being repeatedly bullied is urging Kansas senators to strengthen the state's anti-bullying laws.
The president of the Kansas Senate says he questioned whether dinners of legislators invited to Gov. Sam Brownback's official residence violate the state's open meetings law.
A gay-rights group wants Kansas legislators to repeal an unenforced law that makes sex between consenting adults of the same gender a crime.
A top Kansas social services official is telling legislators that a new policy reducing or cutting off food stamp benefits to hundreds of U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants is fairer than the previous policy.