Westar Energy reports hundreds of customers lost electricity in central and eastern Kansas during the winter storm.
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City work crews in Wichita have been working around the clock since Thanksgiving to treat roads and streets and make them safe to travel.
With winter weather headed toward Kansas, KSN has been working to find the best and safest times for you to travel over the next few days.
The Move Beyond Tolerance Rally saw several hundred people pack into the Century II Exhibition Hall.
26 percent of Kansas voters saying they approve of the job he’s doing.
The WSU Student Government Association held a safety walk through the Fairmount neighborhood Thursday night to assess the area’s safety.
Today marks 100 days since a Derby woman was shot multiple times while in an AT&T store.
French citizens living in Wichita and attending Wichita State are trying to cope thousands of miles away from their homeland.
A Wichita couple has been keeping close tabs on the terrorist attacks in Paris that happened on Friday.
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of a horrific incident when a woman was brutally attacked.
State Budget Director Shawn Sullivan said the state had to cut $128 million to keep the state out of the red.
Another round of bad news for Kansas coming out of Topeka yesterday.
Harvey County’s move to the state-wide 800 mega-hertz radio system is in full swing. Now, the county is training all the agencies involved.
As Game 5 approached Sunday evening, KSN sat outside Citi Field and talked to Royals fans and let them be the game analysts.
It was another packed and lively crowd at Citi Field for Game 4 of the World Series.