A Wichita native who has lived in Santa Rosa the past five years was right in the middle of it, saying she barely made it out alive.
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A resident went to investigate and found a brown female pitbull that was left for dead.
The Kansas Stars will not return next year to the NBC World Series. The announcement was made Tuesday morning.
Which is why the Wichita Police Department says having bilingual officers is a huge benefit.
Diepenbrock and Van Wyhe gave KSN a tour of the facilities that would be used should severe weather hit.
A bump stock replaces a gun’s standard stock, the part that’s held against the shoulder. The new stock allows the gun to slide back and fort…
The Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a memorandum of understanding with the township.
The report shows that euthanasia rates at the Wichita Animal Shelter has dropped dramatically, since the facility opened in 2009.
A man accused of shooting a Kansas Department of Revenue agent waived his right to a preliminary hearing.
A community meeting today unveiled the results of an extensive survey on the quality of life in the neighborhood.
An effort is underway to enhance the safety in the Fairmount neighborhood.
Steady fall showers caused flooding problems in some drought stricken areas in Kansas on Monday.
They say Mears was speeding and failed to stop at a stop sign, causing him to crash into a semi.
22-year old Jessica Stephens graduated from Circle High School in Towanda.
Back in 2013, Governor Sam Brownback signed the Kansas Personal and Family Protection Act into law. That law took effect in 2015.