Kansas Supreme Court Stays Lower Court's Order on School Aid

TOPEKA, Kan. - The Kansas Supreme Court has put on hold a lower court's order for the state to immediately increase aid to public schools by roughly $50 million. The high court issued a one-page order Tuesday, a day after a request from Attorney

72 Counties Removed From Drought Status in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. - The state has removed 72 counties from drought status thanks to recent rain in Kansas. Gov. Sam Brownback's office said in a release Tuesday that for the past year all 105 counties have either been under drought emergency, warning or

Northrop Grumman Event Aimed at Kansas Aviation Suppliers

WICHITA - Representatives from Northrop Grumman will be in Wichita this week for a supplier's symposium aimed at the bolstering the aviation industry in Kansas. The event kicks off with opening remarks at noon Thursday at the National Center for

Kansas Collects Less in Taxes Than Expected for June

TOPEKA, Kan.  -  Kansas has collected about $22 million less in revenues than anticipated this month. The state Department of Revenue reported Tuesday that the state took in a little more than $529 million in taxes in June. The state's

Most Counties in Kansas Allowing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

TOPEKA, Kan.  -  Gay and lesbian couples can obtain marriage licenses in almost all of the state's 105 counties, with the number growing after last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. Court clerks in at least 100 co