Kris Kobach’s law is being challenged again in court by two people who say the law violates their right to vote.
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The owner of the Terradyne Country Club defended his plan in a letter to the city council.
Timothy Craft says while the stock market’s slide is significant, it is not the worst day ever for U.S. stocks.
The outlet mall would be built on the former Echo Hills golf Course at 53rd North and 1-135.
The previous chief, Norm Williams retired this time last year. City leaders say the search for the next chief began in earnest once the new …
Salina police released new details about a shooting Friday at a day care in Salina.
The first on-campus murder at Wichita State University has left some on edge.
At the county’s budget hearing there were a lot of emotions as dozens spoke up denouncing the cuts.
Several districts are looking at raising the mill levy.
USD 259 will decrease total spending by about $4 million compared to last year.
A federal investigation is ongoing at the business while a sign on the door says the restaurant is closed.
As the rain kept coming, so did the cars here Pawnee. Car after car getting stuck and car after car being pushed out by nearby Good Samarita…
The district will spend up to $180,000 to train up to 50 of their own employees to teach special education.
A federal judge in Connecticut has ruled that a lawsuit over a sex tape can proceed against rapper 50 Cent, despite his bankruptcy filing.
A Wichita couple says they are being targeted by cyber-hackers because they refused to sell their Twitter handle.