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An Ellis County official still is not answering many questions about an officer-involved shooting last Thursday.
The investigation into an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead in Hays continues.
Arkansas City officials are hopeful that money from a sales tax can help their hospital, which has been struggling financially.
A new push from Charles and David Koch is taking on a new dimension in trying to give convicted felons a second chance.
City leaders are considering a plan that would help fund improvements for a new downtown hotel.
Six horses at a home just outside of Rose Hill in Butler County have been removed from the property.
A Colorado company is helping Mulvane Mobile Home Park residents who were evicted find a new place to live.
Kansas lawmakers are speaking out, saying changes need to be made to rules, regulations and inspections of amusement park rides.
An ideological shift could be in the future of the Sedgwick County Commission.
More than a dozen officers from various law enforcement agencies came together to better learn how to better resolve conflicts.
Officials with the Dickinson County Sheriff’s office confirm 18-month-old girl was found dead early Sunday evening.
One Kansas congressman is back at Wichita’s V.A. medical center, holding a series of discussions that look at veterans issues.
Two Sedgwick County Commission candidates squared off against one another in a debate Thursday afternoon.
Karl Peterjohn is aiming to keep his Sedgwick County Commission seat against challenger David Dennis.