A man who used Facebook to try and lure girls into prostitution has been sentenced to nearly eight years in prison.
Supermarkets are gradually re-opening in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico but the situation is far from normal.
After a septuple bypass surgery, Larry Hatteberg shares his experience with KSN’s Katie Taube.
The coaches work at Oklahoma State, Auburn University, Arizona and the University of Southern California.
Mark Snider of Abilene, who was sentenced Friday, will be on lifetime supervision after release from prison.
Relatives say a St. Louis toddler who killed his sleeping father while playing with a gun has been asking “for his daddy.”
Police said a smoke shop was robbed Monday evening in southeast Wichita.
After a deep discussion on the NFL protests, a couple in Derby has decided to stop watching their favorite team take the field.
New bike symbols have popped up in downtown Wichita, but do drivers and bicyclists know what they mean?
More than 3.4 million U.S. citizens still lack adequate food, water and fuel five days after Maria pounded the island.
More than 2 million new cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis were reported in the United States last year — the most ever.
Toyota Motor Corp. announced a $374 million investment Tuesday at five U.S. plants.
“The bill is dead as a door nail,” said Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., leaving a luncheon where GOP senators decided against holding a roll call.
The Trump administration is using new sanctions authority to punish eight North Korean banks and 26 bank workers living abroad.
“Carry the Fallen” is an event aimed to lighten the emotional load veterans carry everyday.