An analysis by a nonpartisan nonprofit that focuses on making government transparent and accountable is giving the Kansas Legislature an 'A' grade for how they make legislative information available.
Kansas health officials and the March of Dimes are working to reduce the premature birth rate in Kansas.
A winter storm was edging into western Kansas, forcing the closure of a stretch of Interstate 70 near the Colorado border.
Supporters say a bill facing a final vote in the Kansas House encourages cooperation between the agency operating the state's only toll road and the Department of Transportation.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's budget director says he offered his resignation after supplying Brownback an incorrect figure that led the Republican governor to make erroneous claims about state spending under his Democratic predecessor.
Abortion-rights advocates say conservative legislation that cleared a Kansas House committee would stigmatize anyone associated with abortion providers.
The head of the National Council on Problem Gambling is urging Kansas to increase its support for programs that help residents with gambling addictions, saying the state has an ethical and financial responsibility to do more.
The Kansas Department of Transportation says the last month's back-to-back snowstorms cost the agency an estimated $6.2 million.
A lawyer representing a 3-year-old girl who is at the center of a sperm donor child support case is seeking input from a psychologist.
Federal prosecutors have charged two people with arson resulting in death after a fire last month at the Lee Crest Apartments in Manhattan.