Detective Jeff Ward says many of the recent thefts in the last three weeks have been at storage units.
The U.S. Navy plans to name a combat ship after the City of Wichita.
A Wichita store owner has been charged with trafficking in counterfeit goods.
A 23-year-old woman involved in a fatal shooting near a Topeka high school has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Legislation that would heavily amend Kansas laws regarding human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of young women is awaiting Gov. Sam Brownback’s signature.
A new report shows a declining percentage of Kansas residents are getting their health insurance through their employers.
A Garden City company has been acquired by an international diversified metals company.
A 95-year-old man who works at a Dodge City car dealership is among several older workers honored this week by the Kansas Department of Commerce.
Alcohol is no longer allowed at University of Kansas fraternity house where a 19-year-old freshman pledge died of alcohol poisoning four years ago.
A national group is praising new features in Kansas driver’s licenses as a model for protection against fraud.
A Leavenworth woman accused of leaving her infant son in an alley made her first court appearance after she missed the start of her child endangerment trial earlier this week.
Kansas officials are seeking a federal disaster declaration for 23 counties that were impacted by severe winter storms in February.
A Salina middle school student has been arrested after authorities say he stabbed another boy with an awl during a class.
The latest sparring in a Kansas sperm donor child support case is over the role of the birth mother’s former same-sex partner in the proceedings.
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation that supporters say will shield Kansas residents from government infringement on religious liberties.