Kansas legislators are on the hot seat to come up with a plan to adequately fund Kansas schools.
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Police at Wichita State University are preparing to up their game when it comes to building relationships with students.
A suspect has been shot and killed by Wichita police after officers say the suspect shot and killed a K-9 officer.
Between the NCAA Tournament and St. Patrick’s Day, many bars and clubs in Kansas saw a lot of activity Friday.
The woman accused of killing a Wichita mother and stealing her child was bound over for trial.
Following a student protest Tuesday, students and administrators are speaking out about the exchange.
Wichita State students held a sit-in protest at the school’s administration office on Tuesday. President John Bardo responds.
Farmers and ranchers affected by the wildfires in Kansas and Oklahoma are getting much needed supplies.
Crews from surrounding communities lent their resources to help battle the flames.
Governor Sam Brownback says he’s impressed with the massive effort to fight Kansas’ wildfires and keep residents safe.
The family said they’ve done a lot of worrying but are holding on to each other and the things that are important to them.
On Monday night, the fire rekindled in Reno County forcing thousands to flee their homes
Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter says his staff is stretched thin.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hand down its decision on school funding lawsuit filed in 2010 by four school districts.
An ammonia leak at Tony’s pizza in Salina is forcing mandatory evacuations of nearby neighborhoods and closing a school.