Japan says it will impose new sanctions on North Korea to protest against a rocket launch seen as a test of missile technology.
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Two commuter trains crashed head-on Tuesday morning in a remote area in southern Germany.
Earthquakes are becoming more and more frequent in Kansas.
Gwen and Scott Hartley have two children with microcephaly.
On Thursday, the 13th and Oliver QuikTrip will be closing its doors for good, just one week after the Walmart across the street closed.
A WSU study released Wednesday has found some interesting predictions for the state’s population.
A Chinese state-owned chemical maker is offering to buy Swiss pesticide giant Syngenta in a deal worth more than $43 billion.
City officials are trying to encourage Wichita water users to conserve their water use through the Water Rebate Program.
Students can expect an increased police presence at McPherson High School Wednesday.
600 people returned to Wichita Tuesday after braving the storm to March for Life in DC.
Lynn and David Gilkey have a drug and criminal history and have worked for years to help Wichita kids avoid that same lifestyle. Now they’re…
It’s been a marathon for crews out since Wednesday, working to keep the city’s streets and roads clear of ice and snow.
The loud boom heard throughout South Wichita on Saturday afternoon remains a mystery, but one Wichitan may have caught it all on camera.
Wichita isn’t the only town feeling the impact of losing some Walmart stores,
On Wednesday morning a handful of WSU students made the trip to Tulsa hoping to inspire residents to become Shockers.