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A Kansas sheriff is remembering two sheriff's deputies who were fatally shot by an inmate as "true heroes".
Hundreds of people have been rescued from floodwaters in areas of far South Texas where rains have fallen all week.
A sailor who was killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor has been reburied in Colorado, not far from the remains of his family.
An eastern Kansas nonprofit that shelters troubled children isn't answering questions about the immigrant children staying at its facilities.
The Kansas Board of Regents has approved tuition and fee increases for all six public universities, citing a need to keep pace with rising costs and declining state support.
The Texas governor has issued a disaster declaration for six counties hit by severe weather and flooding this week.
A Kansas priest has been revoked of his rank years after an investigation into multiple child sexual abuse allegations against him.
Prosecutors say a Hutchinson man has pleaded guilty to a felony count of mistreatment of an elder person.
A sailor who was killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor reburied in Colorado, not far his family.
Police in Hutchinson, Kansas, say a dog died inside a sweltering animal control truck due to bad advice from a 911 dispatcher and lack of communication to animal control staff.
A federal judge has delayed the trial of a Sedgwick County commissioner accused of misspending more than $10,000 in campaign funds and trying to cover it up.
Two Kansas Lottery players have agreed to pay about $28,000 in damages and fines for allegedly cheating the game.
Kansas woman accused of participating in the deaths of three people who were strangled or smothered with trash bags has been convicted of first-degree murder and other charges.
APNewsBreak: Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach unsuccessfully sought a governor's pardon for an executive of a company that donated to Kobach.
The Kansas Secretary of State's office has issued written instructions to county elections officials telling them to immediately implement a federal court ruling that struck down the state's proof-of-citizenship voter registration law.
A Kansas health system is planning to open a new psychiatric hospital for children who have suicidal thoughts, feelings of violence, depression and substance abuse.
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