A tornado and strong winds have hit Wichita, causing roof damage and downing power lines.
Authorities say tornadoes have touched down in Wichita and a suburb of Oklahoma City but there are no immediate reports of injuries or significant damage
A party bus was operating illegally when a bachelorette party attendee tumbled out of it in Kansas City, Kan., and was killed.
A new government report says just under half the Kansas winter wheat crop shows no damage from the hard freezes that hit the state in April.
The country's four biggest cellphone companies are set to launch their first joint advertising campaign against texting while driving, uniting behind AT&T's "It Can Wait" slogan to blanket TV and radio this summer.
Advocates for the more than 5,600 Kansas children in the state's foster care system are gathering at the Statehouse to raise awareness and support.
An industry group says retail sales of farm tractors and combines in the United States surged last month.
Supporters of passenger rail service through Wichita are joining forces with officials in Oklahoma and Missouri.
Renewed legislative efforts to change the way Kansas selects members for its highest courts are part of a recent wave of modifications sought nationwide to alter the composition of the state's judicial branch
Control towers at five airfields in Kansas will stay open now that the Federal Aviation Administration has cancelled plans to close 149 similar towers across the country.