Reports says Regional office instructed staff to record incorrect data in Veteran appeal documents.
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Parts of the KSN viewing area were under a tornado watch Sunday evening.
man stopped by the Dillons at Maple and North 135th street West around 8 a.m. to rob the store.
Two shootings from this weekend have police still looking for suspects.
Big money needed, big decisions on the way. Lawmakers showing frustration.
Last year, Governor Sam Brownback said he would veto any bill that touched the 2012 tax break
Commissioners voted 3-2 Monday night in favor of accepting e-cigarette use in county buildings by county employees.
KSN is asking why Sedgwick County Commissioners are going after millions in grant money from Kansas.
The USD 259 finance department is looking at dozens of options including nurses due to static funding from the state.
The Newton school district is kicking around the idea of making parents pay for all-day Kindergarten.
School wants to cut electric use, curb spending and maybe curb school year to save money.
Scott Roeder’s life sentence with no chance of parole for 50 years was among many vacated after a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
It’s called House Bill 2741, and some say it creates vouchers for private schools.
Oxford House of Kansas, a recovery group helping alcohol and drug addicts get better, wants to put a house in College Hill.
On Friday, the Central States Scout Museum in Larned was ravaged by fire.