The city of Topeka plans to appeal U.S. Department of Agriculture findings concerning care of two elephants at the Topeka Zoo.
A Kansas official has refused to answer some questions from legislators about a waiting list of poor residents with severe disabilities who are seeking assistance.
The Army's top enlisted soldier says despite planned reductions in the number of soldiers in the next five years, the Army will be better trained and better equipped than it was more than a decade ago.
The federal government has indicted seven men who allegedly cheated investors out of $132 million with false promises and phony reports about companies that leased drilling rigs and related businesses.
Kansas officials say the state will not participate in a federal program that matches local contributions with federal money to build recreation trails.
A new report shows the relentless drought did little to dent retail sales of pricey farm machinery around the country last month.
The once-troubled Topeka Zoo has earned its national accreditation for the next five years.
A new government report is forecasting a Kansas corn and soybean crop that could be the smallest harvest in the state since 2006.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has scheduled eight meetings around the state to discuss road and bridge projects and gather public comments on how highway dollars are being spent.
Salina voters will decide in November whether to repeal the city's new ordinance barring discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.