A Topeka man has been charged with trying to smuggle $150,000 in cash from Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan to Kansas.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a St. Louis suburb can enforce a funeral protest ordinance aimed at preventing picketing by an anti-gay Kansas church.
A former death row warden from Georgia will headline a conference in Kansas next month on abolishing capital punishment.
The Kansas Children's Discovery Center in Topeka is one of three pilot sites chosen after a national competition.
A Topeka lawyer faces federal charges for stealing more than $460,000 from his clients.
Kansas driver's licenses getting a new look and added security features to guard against counterfeiting and fraud.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it plans to release less water from Tuttle Creek Reservoir, starting next week.
A group that advocates for renewable energy is targeting Kansas' four U.S. representatives who are opposed to renewing a tax credit for wind energy production.
Two Republican state senators say even if the governor approves a request for increased funding to help problem gamblers, the money probably won't be spent where it was intended under Kansas law.
Several Kansas food companies have been working to boost their export opportunities.