The Kansas budget took another hit in the month of June, once again falling short of revenue projections.
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The 28-year-old Newton woman has pleaded not guilty to transferring weapons to a prohibited person.
LMI Aerospace Inc. will close its sheet-metal fabrication operation by the end of September, affecting 36 Wichita workers.
KSN has learned that a Clearwater police officer was arrested this month on domestic battery charges.
Court documents show a Wichita Force football player, Christopher Hemphill, was arrested and booked into jail on suspicion of drug charges.
The Sedgwick Co. Sheriff’s Office believes its extradition plane is “worth the investment.”
One of the child victims of a former Beloit Junior-Senior High School teacher speaks out to KSN News about the offender who’s been back in K…
Eric Sexton, Wichita State University vice president for student affairs, has submitted his resignation, effective mid-July.
Former Wichita Force football player, Rocky Hinds, made his first appearance Monday in a felony possession case.
In 2015, the SCSO spent a little more than $346,000 on hangar, maintenance, and fuel costs for their aircraft.
First responders are often overlooked as victims when a tragedy such as the one in Orlando, Florida.
Law enforcement officers from across the area are gathering in Wichita to complete “Crisis Intervention Team” training.
Goddard Public Schools USD 265 is preparing for the looming possible school shutdown on July 1.
In the wake of the state’s current budget crisis, USD 259 retirees could take a big hit to their health insurance premiums beginning Jan. 1,…
The autopsy of the man who killed three people and wounded more than a dozen in Hesston shows he was drunk and on meth.