State and local governments that receive taxes from the production of oil and natural gas could face challenges as prices plunge.
The amount of storm damage reported in Kansas in 2014 was the lowest amount in 16 years.
A Kansas judicial panel has slammed the state's increasing reliance on the use of local money to supplement state funding of public schools.
The USD 407 Board of Education will interview superintendent candidates in a series of special meetings this week.
Everyone likes to get a deal. According to an A.C. Nielsen study, 60 percent of US consumers are actively looking for coupons.
A woman is dead and another injured following an apartment fire in Hays.
A state district court panel has ruled that Kansas isn't spending enough money on its public schools to provide a suitable education for every child.
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