Posted: 3:53 PM - The bill would require health care the so-called health care navigators to register with the attorney general's office by July 2015, submit their fingerprints and undergo background checks.
Posted: 3:49 PM - Kansas legislators are trying to help the state's microbreweries by increasing the amount of beer they can make each year.
Posted: 3:45 PM - A 14-year-old Hutchinson boy accused of starting a house fire that killed his mother and sister has been found competent to stand trial on charges of murder and arson.
Posted: 3:40 PM - The incident happened Tuesday afternoon at the family's home. Police say one of the barbs lodged in the toddler's forehead and shocked her. She was reported in fair condition Wednesday at a Wichita hospital.
Updated: 2:59 PM - One of our FaceBook Friends sent us this video of his son enjoying "One of Topeka's awesome skate parks"
Updated: 2:39 PM - Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (R-KS), questioned Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Wednesday regarding the FY2015 budget proposal at the House Ways and Means Committee hearing.
Posted: 11:27 AM - A proposal to strip Kansas cities and counties of their power to regulate firearms is moving again through the Legislature after supporters stripped out two provisions preventing the state House from considering it.
Posted: 11:22 AM - A fire at Fort Riley fueled by strong winds burned 2,500 acres of grass but caused no structural damage of injuries.
Updated: 11:24 AM - A Kansas Senate committee is preparing to review spending recommendations for public schools, state universities and community colleges.
Updated: 12:46 PM - A Kansas Senate committee ignored pleas from University of Kansas officials and approved a capital improvement plan that does not include funding for a new heath education building.
Updated: 8:14 AM - A magnitude 3.4 earthquake may have shaken some people awake in Harper County Wednesday.
Posted: 8:10 AM - Prosecutors say an overnight copper theft in Wichita is further proof serious action is necessary to combat a common Kansas crime.
Updated: 7:52 AM - No hookah lounges or vapor bars will be able to open in Salina for at least 90 days while city officials study regulations governing the businesses.
Posted: 7:47 AM - A proposal to increase hotel taxes to promote Wichita tourism is one step closer to reality.
Posted: 7:38 AM - A Kansas Senate committee is preparing to review spending recommendations for public schools, state universities and community colleges.
Posted: 7:35 AM - The president of Kansas Farm Bureau plans to retire later this year after 12 years in the post.
Posted: 7:32 AM - A Kansas House Democrat has drafted a new proposal to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Posted: 03/11/2014 - A Kansas House member has introduced a bill that would reduce the number of court reporters in the state and replace them with electronic recording devices.