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It’s still too soon to know if cigarette retailers will ultimately lose customers because of the higher tax.
The Muslim tradition of iftar dates back more than 1,400 years, but the idea of sharing it with non-Muslims in Wichita is a newer concept.
A Hutchinson woman whose body was found earlier this week is being remembered by her friends.
The suspect in the case of a woman who’s body was found near Nickerson was shot and killed earlier this week by officers.
Some are asking why a Confederate Flag is flying at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Wichita.
With the state’s new Block Grant Funding set to go into place, district officials say USD 259 is facing several financial challenges.
Wescon Plastics says an injection-molding machine running PVC overheated – causing it to release a small amount of chlorine gas.
A plan would allow students from the Oklahoma City and the Tulsa metro areas to pay in-state tuition fees.
Anthony Bluml and Kisha Schaberg were sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of Roger and Melissa Bluml.
Kansans unhappy with lawmakers about lack of progress on state budget.
KSN spoke with one of Tandoc’s friends about the last time she saw her at a catering event.
At Wichita State University, they are bracing for the furloughs.
The parks department is hosting forums to find out what people want from their city pools. One forum happened Tuesday.
KSN reached out to more than a dozen state agencies to discuss what furloughs would mean.