It’s no surprise college tuition has continued to increase over the last couple of decades.
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Wednesday, Wichita police met with almost a dozen owners to talk safety in the normally quiet area.
It’s a holiday centered on fireworks, and if you’re not careful those stellar displays can get you in to trouble.
Setting off fireworks is now legal in a lot of Kansas cities. Because of that, noise complaints will rise dramatically this holiday weekend.
A piece of Wichita’s history is getting a much-needed makeover.
A massive crack formed around 5 p.m. Monday in the 300 block, near Second Street and Brunswick.
Starting this Saturday, seat belt fines are tripling in the state of Kansas.
A new update to the popular social networking app, Snapchat is causing some privacy concerns.
Sex trafficking has become a growing epidemic across the state including, right here in Sedgwick County.
Kansas had such a mild winter, and because of that, health officials say we’re now seeing more ticks and the illnesses they cause.
Wichita firefighters,from Station One, rose five floors in their aerial platform to greet the boy.
Thousands of Kansans will be enjoying pools or lakes this summer but, those fun activities can turn deadly in a split second.
At times, 911 calls don’t go through posing safety issues for the community and first responders.
The Table of Hope Metropolitan Community Church hosted a “Transgender 101” class in hopes of educating the public
Harvest season is here meaning you will see more farm equipment on the road.