Officials say they are weeks behind in their work on roads and bridges. It includes basic repairs that have piled up.
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The necessity of community policing was one of the few things Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump could agree upon.
Another traffic change hits west Wichita–this time, cutting off the southbound I-235 and westbound Kellogg exchange for up to a year.
In 2014, 80 percent of the calls that were sent to the fire department were medical calls.
Monday morning Liz Willis returned home after competing in the Paralympics.
Part of the process includes a new partnership with NAMI, the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
Derby schools are taking a proactive step to try and help students learn social skills at a young age.
Virginia gun rights activists have filed a $12 million defamation lawsuit against Katie Couric.
Officials will be going to the city, once again, to continue to make changes as they see more people choosing to use a bike for transportati…
This is the second time in a month Butler County Public Works officials will need to fix the shoulder at 201st Street and Butler Street.
Students that want to further their education at a technical college now have one less option with ITT.
The phone was unveiled just a month ago, but officials said they found a problem with the battery in some phones.
The number of Kansas college graduates who have remained in the state has been declining.
While every year is different — new students, new supplies, and in USD 259 new schedules — some things remain the same.
The Historic Midtown Citizens Association will meet with police Monday evening to discuss the effects of crime.