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Anti-abortion leaders are promising to pursue a change in the Kansas Constitution if the state's highest court rules that the document protects abortion rights.
Blowing snow shut down highways on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area.
Female lawmakers are now able to breastfeed in the Kansas House.
The Kansas Department of Transportation says Interstate 70 from Colby to the Colorado border is closed because of winter weather conditions in Colorado and expected snow in western Kansas.
A 27-year-old Olathe woman has been found guilty of injuring an infant boy so badly at her home day care that he was left blind and brain damaged.
Kansas House committees are considering two bills that would repeal the secretary of state's authority to prosecute election crimes.
Leighton Mark, a photojournalist who taught himself to make pictures with one arm after he was wounded in 1984 while covering the civil war in Lebanon, has died.
Lawrence police say an officer was impaled on his baton while struggling with a suspect.
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Wichita police say a 9-year-old boy died in an accidental shooting at a mobile home park.
The Kansas Humane Society says it set a record for the number of homes or placements it found for animals last year.
Lawrence police officials say all officers in the department should be wearing body cameras sometime this summer.
Several Lawrence officials and residents expressed frustration that the City Commission didn't discuss an offer to power the city exclusively with wind energy before the option was no longer available.
A winter storm that covered parts of the Midwest and Northeast in snow this weekend has manifested into a bitter freeze.
A winter storm that covered parts of the Midwest and Northeast in snow this weekend has manifested into a deep freeze.
A new study says Kansas goes farther than any other state in limiting state and local agencies from influencing policy about food nutrition labels and portion sizes.
A University of Missouri researcher is teaming up with scholars in Kansas and Georgia to develop drone technology to monitor and potentially predict the spread of wildfires.
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