Two separate Thanksgiving Day crashes left two people dead in Western Kansas.
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There’s a push to increase the legal age to buy tobacco to 21, in cities across Kansas.
Spirit AeroSystems announced a new scholarship program worth $576,000 Wednesday on campus at Wichita State University.
Is the state to our South, arguably, Stealing Our Future?
After KSN’s interview with Gov. Brownback, we took his comments about aviation and the state’s economy to industry experts and local Wichita…
The Goddard Police Department is investigating after a player allegedly hit a referee last Friday after the playoff football game.
A two-year-old boy, in foster care, was taken to a Wichita hospital with burns on more than 50% of his body.
KSN continues its look at emergency medical services response times across Kansas.
After our KSN Investigation, the Cheney VFD chief contacted KSN to express serious concerns about rural response times.
KSN News sat down with the widower of one of four victims killed in the Oct. 30, 2014 plane crash at the FlightSafety International building…
It doesn’t matter where you live, EMS response times vary. KSN Investigates operations at Sedgwick County EMS.
The murder trial for Wellington mother, Lindsey Blansett, continued Monday and went to the jury.
After a consulting firm weighed out the feasibility of the future of Wellington’s hospital, Sumner Regional Medical Center, will stay open.
DA Marc Bennett cleared Wichita officers involved in a shooting that killed a man on Oct. 26, 2014.
Many retired Teamsters Union workers may be about to lose a big portion of their retirement income.