“It is time to stop vaping,” Kansas state health officer Dr. Lee Norman said in a press release. “If you or a loved one is vaping, please stop.”
Kansas seized 350 pounds of leafy green plant material from a FedEx truck two years ago. But they still don't know what they actually seized.
Known for hardline views on immigration, his first name was misspelled in paperwork submitted to the Federal Election Commission.
Eli Gregg's mom says he's promised to “stay away from sharp objects.”
Julie Burkhart, who worked with the Kansas doctor, opens up about the state of reproductive rights and her biggest fears.
The latest round of damaging weather in the central U.S. came a day after violent storms killed one person and injured at least 130 in Indiana and Ohio.
Five young girls testified that Dennis Creason, co-founder of Shawnee’s Oaklawn Christian School, touched them inappropriately.
A private plane on standby, weekends in Kansas and a top White House salary, oh my.
Jerry Moran of Kansas urged Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to find a better response than unreliable government aid.
The Kansas teacher, Crystal Smith, was fired after the incident.
The state Supreme Court's decision guarantees women will have access to the procedure even if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
The Republicans accused the Democratic lawmakers of meddling in state election issues.
The committee wants to know more about a controversial effort to review the voter rolls in Texas and a decision to move a polling place in Kansas.
The campaign has come to Kansas and it won’t stop there.
Dr. Steven R. Henson was convicted of prescribing what a judge described as “massive amounts of opioids ... with little demonstrated need.”
Kansas parents ask why this didn't happen to those who divorced and remarried or otherwise fall short of Catholic doctrine.
"So she's uncomfortable with something she voluntarily went to?" the judge asked, referring to a 13-year old girl.
The right-wing extremists plotted to bomb a community of Somali refugees during the 2016 election.
“She had four cellphones in the car, none of which had service.”
State Rep. Ponka-We Victors, who proposed the change, stressed the need for "a comfortable environment for a mother who is breastfeeding her baby."