A Kansas doctor who lost her license over abortion referrals is fighting efforts by state regulators to force her to post a bond to cover nearly $93,000 in costs as she appeals to the courts.
A second former McPherson College football player has been charged in the beating death of a football player from nearby Tabor College.
Authorities have arrested a second former McPherson College football player in the beating death of a football player from nearby Tabor College in Kansas.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce has hired retiring House Speaker Mike O'Neal as president and CEO.
The abortion clinic formerly operated by the late Dr. George Tiller in Wichita has been purchased by a group that intends to reopen it as a medical facility offering abortions and other services.
Topeka City Council members have received thousands of emails urging the city to move two elephants from the city's zoo to an animal sanctuary in Tennessee.
The new Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission plans to apply for federal funding that would replace some money lost last year when the state's art commission lost funding.
Kansas farmers have planted about 17 percent of next year's winter wheat crop while bringing in this year's corn crop far faster than normal.
Kansas' insurance regulator is asking Gov. Sam Brownback to set the requirements for health insurance plans to be sold in a new online marketplace mandated by the federal health care overhaul.
A federal court jury has ruled that selling gasoline that has not been adjusted for its temperature does not violate the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.