Connie Zienkewicz, Executive Director of Families Together Inc., tell us about their upcoming open house and the services they offer.
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A crowd of around 300 attended the the 17th annual Horseshoe Hoedown this weekend.
The Bearcats edged Wichita State as the preseason favorite with 116 points to the Shockers’ 115 in the balloting of the coaches.
Teams from 32 schools competed for top honors in the 19th Annual Kansas Best Robotics competition this weekend.
Newton Police are searching for a suspect after a shooting left one person injured Sunday night.
“It tried to go around the spikes, hit the curb, and flipped over,” said Sgt. Scott Moon, Wichita Police Department.
As these storms leave our area, KSN will continue to follow reports of damage.
A man has been charged with murder after being accused of killing one woman and injuring three officers last month.
A recent cybersecurity breach has a University of Kansas faculty group concerned that it could lead to other attacks.
The Arkansas City Police Department arrested a teacher Friday after a report of an unlawful relationship.
The crash occurred in the 600 block of N. Country Acres Avenue shortly before 5:15 p.m. Friday.
An IHOP waiter and third degree black belt went from serving pancakes to serving up justice on a would-be robber Thursday.
Wichita police are investigating after two teens and a 50-year-old man in a Chevy Suburban suffered injuries Thursday evening.
The Border War is back, only this time it’s for charity.
The Orpheum Theatre is thrilled to announce that “Weird Al” Yankovic will be in Wichita April 28, 2018.