The first building should be ready for fall classes in August 2017.
Wichita police arrested a 37-year-old man for possession of multiple stolen credit cards.
The president of the American University in the Afghan capital says a militant attack is underway on the campus.
Gov. Brownback said that his office plans to announce a system for collecting public feedback in the next couple of weeks.
Wichita police responded to a convenience store robbery Wednesday morning in the 2800 block of West Central.
Ford is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning .
A Wichita woman claims someone sent her a racist letter in the mail, telling her that black people were not welcome in her neighborhood.
A strong earthquake in central Italy reduced three towns to rubble as people slept early Wednesday.
A Topeka man faces sentencing for his role in a wannabe Islamic State jihadist’s foiled plan to detonate a bomb at Fort Riley.
Investigators say the children, who weren’t enrolled in school, had dog feces “caked” to the bottom of their bare feet.
Wet weather expected through the end of the work week.
It will be an emotional day for many Mead Middle School students and their teachers, as they start classes Wednesday.
The Salvation Army plans to assist with initial basic needs help up to $150 per household.
Alan LaPolice of Clyde announced Tuesday that he has officially been placed on the Nov. 8 ballot for the 1st District race.
Authorities say a sport utility vehicle hit the Raytown school district bus carrying the high school students shortly after 7 a.m. .
U.S. swimmer James Feigen maintains the group didn’t force their way into a bathroom and a gun was pointed at them.
The Indiana State Police troopers lip-syncing to a song from the movie ‘Grease’ are shocked the video went viral so quickly.
Investigation continues into fatal police shooting of deaf North Carolina driver.
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 shook central Myanmar on Wednesday.
Sky-high price hikes for EpiPen have made its maker the latest target for patients and politicians infuriated by soaring drug prices.