A Harper County deputy has apologized for using profanity caught on video when he was dealing with a citizen.
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Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration has outlined nearly $63 million in adjustments to Kansas’ current budget.
One Sedgwick County commissioner is worried the latest state budget cuts could impact public safety.
Republican legislators have blocked a state audit of the Kansas foster care system.
Child advocates are concerned that Kansas will stop placing abused and neglected children with gays, lesbians, and single individuals.
KSN met with two Wichita teens credited with helping bring attention to a disturbing viral video that shows a kitten being abused.
KSN reached out to the superintendent of Newton Public Schools after Gov. Brownback referenced a conversation with a board member.
Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter says, if the Day Reporting System were eliminated in next year’s budget, it could pose an issue.
Following a KSN investigation in April, a hearing is underway Wednesday to withdraw a plea agreement.
Edie Cox, a disabled veteran, faced Tuesday’s storm, along with the flooded streets, head on… in her wheelchair.
Sedgwick County Commissioners released their 2016 proposed budget on Monday. It includes not building two EMS stations.
More than 1,100 sexual assault kits have gone untested at the Wichita Police Department. KSN takes an in-depth look at the data.
An employee at a grocery store in west Wichita called 911 Wednesday to help rescue an infant from a car.
A federal judge says a Kansas agency must release the results of its internal investigation into the death of a northeast Kansas boy.
The fate of Wellington’s Sumner Regional Medical Center may soon be decided, at least that is the hope.