- Judge, state differ on judicial selection in Kansas Updated: Nov-27-15 11:50 am
TOPEKA, Kansas - A new law changing how judges are selected in Kansas is unconstitutional, according to recent court filings by attorneys for a Kansas judge contesting the law.
- Kansas urges high court to look at judiciary in other states Updated: Nov-25-15 6:16 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - The attorney general's office wants the Kansas Supreme Court to look at how the judiciary in surrounding states works when it decides the validity of a law stripping the high court of its power to appoint chief judges.
- Kansas urges court to let governor, lawmakers decide funding Updated: Nov-24-15 5:59 pm
WICHITA, Kansas - State attorneys urged the Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday to allow the governor and lawmakers to decide whether schools were getting enough money, not a small number of school districts challenging in the courts a new school-funding law.
- White supremacist to learn if he will be sentenced to death Updated: Nov-10-15 1:05 am
OLATHE, Kansas - A Missouri white supremacist who killed three people at two Kansas Jewish sites last year is about to find out if he will be sentenced to death.
- Convicted serial killer's Kansas death sentence upheld Updated: Nov-06-15 8:17 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - The Kansas Supreme Court refused on Friday to remove a serial killer from death row who trolled for victims online, marking the first time the court has upheld a death sentence since Kansas reinstated capital punishment in 1994.
- Kansas Supreme Court to take up school funding case Updated: Nov-05-15 6:39 pm
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - A case that has the potential to increase funding for Kansas schools goes before the state Supreme Court on Friday, the same day that economists, legislative researchers and officials in Gov. Sam Brownback's administration are expected to announce new, more pessimistic revenue projections.
- Kansas Supreme Court adopts new child support guidelines Updated: Nov-03-15 5:01 am
TOPEKA, Kansas - Child support payments for separated or divorced parents in Kansas are expected to increase up to 3.5 percent next year under new guidelines adopted by the state Supreme Court.