Several tech companies have designed applications that they claim will help keep you safe during an emergency situation.
A beautiful Spring day is headed your way this afternoon.
The Kansas legislation have passed a bill designed to increase safety for government employees when they’re outside the office.
Wichita kids use “lily pads” to lift children’s spirits at hospital
The Justice Department sued Dillard in 2011 for sending the letter to Dr. Mila Means.
Kansans are some of the most giving after tragedy but a select see tragedy as opportunity to prey on the vulnerable.
A Wichita woman was stabbed to death Saturday night, and it was all over a dispute about a parking spot.
Florida nursing home patient dies after being left unattended in outdoor area for at least two hours.
The Republic of Tea is recalling one of its green tea blends as a precaution over fears of possible salmonella contamination.
It is the biggest haul in Broadway history.
Ted Cruz is fighting to stay in the GOP race for the nomination.
Nearly all Detroit public schools are closed as mass teacher sick-outs over pay roll into a second day.
Ware melts down thousands of crayons and remolds them using a contraption of his own invention.
Spirit officials tell KSN they could make those investments anywhere, but they chose to make them here in Wichita.
Stubblefield played for the KU Jayhawks from 1990-1992.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says an American serviceman has been killed near Irbil in Iraq.
Michael is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for Probation Violation for Criminal threat.
Switzer was the first woman to run in the Boston Marathon in 1967 despite much controversy and harassment.
The Nationals beat the Kansas City Royals 2-0 on Monday night.
A retiree in a tiny community in North Dakota has paid tribute to Prince in perhaps the most unique way a farmer can.