The controversy behind a special needs student who was not allowed to earn a varsity letter may finally be put to rest Monday night.
The Cowley County Sheriff’s Office has located John Douglas Wooten.
The last day of school for all students will be May 14. Seniors will be released on May 13.
The concert will be at Intrust Bank Arena on June 11.
A neighbor returned the children twice to the home before calling police a third time.
Wichita police say a 2-year-old girl with a cigarette burn to her face was removed from a home Sunday night.
According to police, one happened Friday night in the 4800 block of East Gilbert. The other happened Saturday in the 400 block of New York.
On and off showers are possible today mainly along the OK line
Sedgwick County dispatch confirms a female sheriff’s deputy was injured in a collision near 85th St. North and Broadway.
Police say at least 3,617 people have been confirmed dead in Nepal after massive quake.
One driver near Stephenville, Texas was caught in a hail storm with five to six inch hailstones.
The U.S. government is lowering the recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for the first time in more than 50 years.
Nylabone recalling popular puppy chews due to the possibility of being contaminated with Salmonella.
Craig Tucker and David Mann from Central Christian Church were in to answer questions during the show.
The Kansas Department of Transportation plans to announce how many Kansans are buckling up.
WSU’s Director of Athletics, Eric Sexton, released a statement Saturday regarding the allegations by women’s basketball players.
The governor’s events Tuesday are at a Catholic church education building in Lenexa and Catholic high schools in Pittsburg, Wichita and Hays…
Arizona woman rescues tiny puppy left to die in a dumpster.
Albuquerque police officer uses money from his own pocket to to replace 11-year-old’s stolen bicycle.
Loretta Lynch was sworn in Monday as the 83rd U.S. attorney general.
Wichita police arrested one man for robbing a Burger King in Wichita Monday morning.
Wednesday would be the 73rd day of their annual session, out of 90 scheduled.
One of five boaters believed missing after a deadly storm off the Alabama coast has turned up safe at home.
A racing greyhound from a farm south of Abilene has made a name for himself in the National Greyhound Association’s auction record book.
After a deadly earthquake in Nepal killed more than 3,200 people, we took a look at the deadliest quakes during the 21st Century.
The stars came out and some on the news showed a different side of themselves at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
Shanna Peeples from Amarillo was selected for the honor by the Council of Chief State School Officers.
James Holmes acknowledges killing 12 people and wounding 70 more inside the packed theater.
“General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless” were the top winners Sunday with three trophies each.
A nearly 400-year-old collection of William Shakespeare’s plays will make a stop in Manhattan.
Completing sweeps, the Shockers break out the brooms to end the weekend in baseball and softball.