Many states struggled with the sudden wave of residents needing benefits. But seven months in, Kansas does appear to be exceptional in its inability to pay people who deserve benefits.
Can your office please provide as assessment of how things are going at the KDOL and what is next to fix the technological problems?
As the pandemic stretches on, it's hitting more and more rural areas just as hard as big cities. That is certainly the case in Gove County, Ka…
A Kansas man who was charged after the authorities seized one marijuana plant from his Fredonia, Kansas home could now face even more charges.
Voting during a pandemic—that’s just one reason why this election is like no other. It’s also why more people than ever are planning on voting by mail this year. In fact, more than one third of registered voters say they plan to vote by mail for this election.
It is less than a month until Election Day, and it’s expected that more people than ever will cast their ballots by mail, but if you choose to vote by mail, you must request a ballot.
Ralph McElroy spent 33 years in prison for a murder he swears he didn’t do and was recently released from prison because of a Supreme Court ruling that juveniles can’t be sentenced to life in prison. He’s now fighting to prove his innocence and that's where Miracle of Innocence comes in.
Federal investigators will take another look at a deadly police shooting involving an Overland Park teen named John Albers. Here's how his mot…
KCTV5 News has confirmed a federal investigation is underway into the 2018 shooting and subsequent death of John Albers.