The Kansas Department of Transportation is paying overtime for officers to write tickets in construction zones.
LMI Aerospace Inc. will close its sheet-metal fabrication operation by the end of September, affecting 36 Wichita workers.
Five people were killed in a crash on I-70 11 miles east of Goodland early Wednesday morning.
Local church looking to raise money for teens through fireworks stand had close to $800 worth of items stolen.
New mobile duplexes will hopefully ease the housing crisis in Garden City.
The 15-year-old boy entered the plea Tuesday in Reno County Court.
A judge has found sufficient evidence for two people to stand trial in the killing of a Nebraska man in a Salina motel parking lot.
The Wichita Force captured the CIF title game on Monday against Amarillo at INTRUST Bank Arena.
Police in Wellington are looking for a man who has been missing since early Wednesday morning.
A judge says residents of Kansas, Georgia and Alabama will have to prove they are U.S. citizens when registering to vote for federal electio…
Authorities in southeast Missouri have been searching for a Kansas man who hasn’t been seen since Sunday.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says two vehicles of interest have been identified in the death of an Assaria woman.
Tropical disease specialists are concerned about impoverished urban areas and along the Gulf Coast, where the numbers of the mosquito that s…
The Kansas Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division reports it returned more than $12 million to consumers and taxpayers in 2014.
A federal lawsuit claims that Shawnee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a deaf woman after having trouble communicating with her.
A federal grant will allow Fort Hays State University to expand its paleontology studies research.
The Pratt County Sheriff’s office is investigating a hit-and-run involving a semi on K-61 north of Pratt.
Facebook has once again tweaked the formula it uses to decide what people will see in their news feed .
The Supreme Court’s seven biggest moments of its 2015-2016 term, including opinions on: abortion, affirmative action, immigration, and publi…
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week that motorists could face criminal penalties for refusing to take breath tests.