Kansas is well-positioned to grow its workforce in the renewable energy sector.
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., is fighting to relax the nation's trade embargo with Cuba in an effort to open another path to profit for farmers and ranchers in Kansas and elsewhere.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has signed a law that will allow to-go alcoholic drinks and cocktails to be available on a more permanent basis.
Thunderstorms, tornadoes and large hail are expected to return to eastern Colorado Sunday afternoon.
As the drought outlook for the Western U.S. becomes increasingly bleak, attention is turning once again to groundwater
Though some businesses are beginning to resume operations as normal, many Kansas businesses find themselves in a supply bind, unable to acquire all the supplies needed for daily operations.
Kansas lawmakers have voted to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of legislation allowing 18-20 year olds to carry a concealed weapon.
Kansas aviation and aerospace leaders are seeing the industry slowly return to pre-pandemic levels and more stable conditions.
Kansas bars and restaurants holding liquor licenses are closer to being able to sell alcoholic drinks to go permanently.
(The Center Square) - Kansas state Sen. Mike Thompson is proposing legislation that would limit the placement of wind turbines in rural areas.
Thompson, chairman of the State Senate Utilities Committee, fears that improper placement could cause property values to fall and impose on rural residents' quality of life.