The court’s decision that the state failed to fix school funding inequities was met with positive reviews by smaller districts.
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As many Kansans begin to prepare their tax returns, some could be in for quite a surprise.
There’s a new push to change the blood alcohol level that determines whether or not you’re driving drunk.
Rural health care has long been a concern for Kansans. Now, a new study suggests the problem may be bigger than first thought.
Police say a woman found a cell phone that was being used to record people in the bathroom.
Residents at Tuesday’s city council meeting voiced their concerns over the town’s only grocery store closing.
Officials with the elections office of Sedgwick County are preparing to make a change.
Citizens in small communities now must drive many miles just to get healthy food.
One Wichita Wal-Mart closure has neighborhood officials working to find a store to replace it.
KSN looks at K-254 Highway in northeast Sedgwick County, the scene of numerous traffic crashes and fatalities over the last 15 years.
A proposed parking garage at Wichita State University could soon make it easier for students to find a place to park.
Dillons on Friday announced that it would be closing the store located on Fourth Street in St. John.
The ongoing effort to improve safety in the Fairmount neighborhood continues.
The justices ruled that the Kansas Supreme Court was wrong to overturn the sentences of Jonathan and Reginald Carr, and Sidney Gleason,
When fighting fires, every second counts for firefighters. One piece of technology is helping them fight these fires more efficiently.