The city is set to hire a consulting firm to make driving the streets of Wichita a little less frustrating.
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Police say they’ve responded to 102 armed robberies so far in 2015.
KSN did some digging to fact check some of the Commissioner Karl Peterjohn’s comments about Muslims during Wednesday’s meeting.
Experts say gas prices rise and fall for many reasons and the price war in Hutchinson can’t last forever.
The state could soon lose hundreds of thousands in federal funding for the arts.
The Kwik Shop corporate office confirmed to KSN news some customers accidentally got diesel fuel from the regular pump.
A union representing nearly 1,000 city employees has been in negotiations with the city over its next two year contract.
The Hutchinson City Council passed an ordinance that treats vaping just like traditional smoking.
In an effort to keep the streets safer for bicyclists and drivers, Wichita police officers handed out lights at Sim Park Monday.
The grades are in, and Kansas school children are slipping in the latest test known as the Nation’s Report Card.
Butler County Sheriff’s Office does sex offender sweeps in late October to inform parents before Halloween.
More than 600 students participated in Band-O-Rama at South High School Monday.
A Wichita high school student collected more than 1,000 books to help homeless students in Wichita.
The first session is focused on math in an effort to get moms and dads better prepared to help their kids with their homework.
A group of voters is moving forward with a petition to recall Commissioner Richard Ranzau because of his opinions on the WIC program and imm…