School district leaders around the state are preparing budgets.
The gang unit is taking additional steps to help young people be aware of their status on the “gang list”.
“Dry drowning” is a term that’s striking fear and concern in parents, especially now that it’s summer.
A Wichita teen has wheeled his way to greatness, clinching the number one spot in America.
A new program pairs volunteers with refugees to help combat the language barrier.
Some districts are now forced to get creative using Transition to Teaching programs.
It’s a program that actually started in Seattle last year and is aimed at giving those who have been victimized a place to go and get help.
Sheriff and Police chief are taking the drug fight to the streets with new officers and investigators.
Tyerria Miles will serve 18 months of probation for one count of interference with law enforcement for the death of Jhornee Bland.
A Wichita man was sentenced Wednesday in a kidnapping case where the teen victim was tortured.
Vice President Mike Pence defended the bill, saying its measures to expand health savings accounts and create tax credits.
Walgreens has ended its takeover pursuit of rival Rite Aid following resistance from U.S. regulators.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has an agreement to get former FBI Director James Comey’s memos of his conversations with President Trump.
HarperCollins Publishers announced that the Grammy winner’s “River Rose and the Magical Christmas” is coming out Oct. 24.
The 500 businesses selected to take part in Walmart’s fourth annual “Open Call” have already been offered spots on the company’s portals.