Officials report that 13-year-old Gabrielle Stoll (Nikkie), who is autistic, has been located near 85th Street South and Broadway.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback says he’s willing to consider new proposals to trim state spending.
The main events scheduled for the day include the Sundown Parade, the Twilight Pops Concert, and Opening Night Fireworks.
The National Weather Service says severe storms and some flooding is possible across Kansas Thursday.
A Kansas native is being called a hero for saving a woman from the floodwaters of Texas.
McPherson County Emergency Management says sandbags are now available to the residents of Marquette.
KSN continues to track the progress in Topeka concerning the work on the state budget.
Rain will gradually wind down this morning but storm chances redevelop by this afternoon.
Wednesday brings more storms across Kansas. Here are the photos our viewers have submitted.
Judge Riddel’s Boys Ranch closed its doors last July, but, ever since there’s been an ongoing debate whether to reopen it.
Automakers and governments are announcing additional models covered by last week’s massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall.
House members are preparing to debate a bill to raise the sales tax, boost the cigarette tax and end a break for business owners.
Snow piles from the record-setting New England winter are lingering in the Boston area.
A 6-year-old girl rescued a small kitten from a Lancaster Township storm drain when the job proved to be too big for firefighters.
The “Charlie Challenge” is the newest viral sensation that has taken over social media.
The Choice Act guaranteed community healthcare to any veteran living more than 40 miles from a VA facility like the one in Wichita.
Lawrence police say a 33-year-old man is jailed as a suspect in a stabbing death in Lawrence on Memorial Day.
Prosecutors say that James Holmes knew right from wrong when he planned and carried out the deadly Colorado theater shootings.
The CDC said it is investigating an inadvertent shipment of live anthrax spores to government and commercial laboratories.
Nebraska joins 18 other states and the District of Columbia in banning the death penalty.
In suburban Houston, the rains have pushed the San Jacinto River above flood stage.
The Lawrence school board has approved a proposal to cut and reallocate more than $1.2 million in the district’s budget.
Kansas legislators are likely to have one of their longest annual sessions ever this year because of the budget.
Gov. Sam Brownback plans to sign a bill that would require legislators to sign off on any plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The Kid Power Café free breakfast/lunch program runs through July 29.