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.
A Kansas board has nominated 10 properties around the state for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, including two public school buildings.
While seat belt usage drops off dramatically after toddlerhood, new research shows older children are involved in thousands of traffic crashes each year in Kansas.
A 26-year-old Kansas City, Kan., woman has died after falling out of a party bus on Interstate 35 and being struck by three other vehicles.
Two Topeka police officers who died in the line of duty last year will be honored at a ceremony remembering Kansas law enforcement officers.
The Kansas attorney general's office is working to keep up with the fast pace of applications for concealed-carry permits.
The Kansas attorney general says Kansas residents turned in a record five tons of unused medications in the National Drug Take-Back Day.
A new report is forecasting that Kansas employment will grow this year at a "slightly faster rate" than in 2012 and will add nearly 24,000 jobs to the state's economy.
A new report shows bankruptcy filings in Kansas fell 11.5 percent for the 12-month period ending in March compared with the previous year.
Officials with some Kansas agencies say an increase in state employment in the last fiscal year was caused largely by reorganization and student employment.