A bold theft caught on camera has left some Wichita businessmen shocked.
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Supporters of John Paul Quintero presented a petition to the FBI on Wednesday.
A $380,000 grant will help WSU research safety and privacy issues in wearable devices like fitness trackers and smart watches.
Lice are becoming immune to over-the-counter medications and can now be found in 25 states, including Kansas.
The Kansas Federation of College Republicans has unanimously voted in support of repealing the death penalty.
After opening just two months ago, the Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National airport is already setting records.
The budget is $4 million less than what was spent in Wichita schools last year.
A tragic accident in Goddard on Friday morning left two men dead. Friends and family say they were best of friends, just taking their daily …
One of the busiest stretches of road in Wichita is about to get messier.
The groundbreaking was held at the southwest corner of Kellogg & Webb.
Some Wichita State University students are worried about recent violence on and near campus. And, WSU officials are listening.
Just one year after buying the former IRS building downtown, Sedgwick County is looking for other options, including possibly selling it.
The community continues to come together in Kaiser Carlile’s honor.
One Wichita construction project is causing some delays just in time for the start of the school year.
A closer look by KSN at who the Kansas Department for Children and Families employees came up with surprising information.