Severe thunderstorms on Friday brought strong winds and hail as large as two inches in diameter through Gray County.
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Seward County residents cannot set off fireworks this holiday weekend.
Those who love fireworks have longer to celebrate this year in Garden City.
Will the SCOTUS ruling on EPA regulations influence the progress of the Holcomb expansion project?
Monday’s Supreme Court decision will allow Kansans to vote at the Federal level without providing proof of citizenship.
Ford County voters approved an $85 million school bond Thursday to help fund necessary improvements and expansions in Dodge City schools.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act on Thursday has sparked many different opinions across Kansas.
Greensburg will open their new public pool on Fourth of July weekend.
Garden City and other towns are still pursuing a Federal grant to make improvements to keep the rails running.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is working with its lowest staffing levels since 2005, straining local law enforcement.
120 kids from 25 states and seven countries are competing in Garden City’s AJGA tournament this week.
Kansas corn farmers will soon be charged more to sell their product.
Medical marijuana advocate and Garden City mother Shona Banda was processed through Finney County jail on Monday morning.
The 2015 Kansas wheat harvest is running late.