Wichita police are looking at new ways and policies when it comes to the use of deadly force.
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The Kansas Highway Patrol confirms that escaped inmate, Trent Aaron Hostetter, is back in custody.
Officials at Wichita State and Via Christi talk about grant that could help get more nurses.
A Wichita attraction is dealing with a lot of graffiti lately.
William and Nannie Jones were after they were laid to rest in the Maple Grove Cemetery in an unmarked grave.
Conlee Borchard captured a light-hearted moment at the cookout. Officers and Wichitans of many ages dancing together.
There were a lot of questions Tuesday night pertaining to the Black Lives Matters protest that began at Emerson McAdams Park.
It happened around 8 a.m. in the 500 block of North Rock Road at the Horizons East Apartments.
The City of Wichita, the Wichita Police Department and businesses in Old Town are still making improvements to the entertainment district’s …
The Kansas Bureau of Investigations and the Saline County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the death of a Saline County woman.
Fire crews were called out to a two story home at 13th and Estelle in northeast Wichita around 5 a.m. on Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning, the city council will vote whether to change ambulance services.
Downed trees, damage to some homes, and general brush and debris can be seen around Park City.
With the temperature climbing above 100 degrees over the next several days, KSN takes a look at what to do to stay safe and beat the heat.
Farmers in Kansas are taking a massive hit financially.