An historic sit-in site in Wichita has been vandalized and it includes graffiti.
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Contractors completed the removal of the Kansas Turnpike Authority bridge earlier than expected.
Family and friends are still dealing with the tragic loss of an 8-year-old boy in rural McPherson County.
Friends and family gathered earlier tonight to remember a teen who was fatally shot Thanksgiving Day.
Six people are looking for a home tonight after a fire destroyed their apartment.
It was a chance for shoppers to head to their local stores, as a part of Small Business Saturday.
One Wichita foundation spreads Thanksgiving cheer on Wednesday.
Nine day old Sophia Victoria Gonzalez Abarca is at home, safe and sound with her family in Wichita.
One member of Trump’s transition team was at Wichita State University and took some tough questions from students.
Standing vacant for 14 years, the building at Market and Central had become known as a haven for the homeless.
KSN sat down with Newton Police Chief Eric Murphy Friday afternoon to talk about their vehicle pursuit policy.
The election of Donald Trump as the next president has left many questions about the future of the Affordable Care Act.
Fire officials says one of those fires happened at 6:30 a.m. at 1901 N. Market.
Four months ago, a group of faith leaders, dubbed the God Squad, were introduced at a community cookout at McAdams Park.
With the windy conditions, fire crews worked quickly to put out two separate grass fires Saturday afternoon.