A Kansas Supreme Court ruling saying the state must spend more on schools could require lawmakers to find hundreds of millions of dollars.
Scott City Council members who were elected for the first time, or re-elected in the November general election, were sworn into office on Monday evening at City Hall.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office is exploring financial and logistical details of a special statewide election in mid- April to decide public opinion on an amendment to the Kansas Constituti
The new year was barely a day old when Reata Jo Herbert made her arrival as the first baby of 2018 born at the Scott County Hospital.
The food waste coalition ReFED estimates American consumers throw away about 27 million tons of food each year.