$2,200 will go to families who lost their homes.
The Salvation Army is in need of fans. A provider last summer has discontinued their program, and it has created a huge need.
Former Wichita high school football star and Dallas Cowboys tailback, Joseph Randle, took the stand in his trial.
A criminal information filed Wednesday charges the teenager with receiving an explosive meant to destroy property.
Kris Kobach has asked a magistrate judge to stay his order requiring him to turn over proposed changes to voting rights laws.
Wichita State has hired veteran Donnie Jones to fill its men’s basketball assistant coaching vacancy.
The federal government is opening another investigation on how Kansas State University handles reports of off-campus sexual assaults.
The state’s three largest universities will be allowed to ban guns at large sporting events beginning in July.
Technical issues began April 4 when 15,000 students were simultaneously taking the assessments.
U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said Terence Thomas pleaded guilty to multiple counts.
The mayor of Nebraska’s capital city has complained to Kansas officials about smoke from its agricultural burning.
The Pittsburg High School students and their teacher, Emily Smith, are receiving an all-expenses paid trip.
Police are investigating after a man was approached by three suspects and hit in the back of the head with a bat.
Kansas regulators have rejected the proposed sale of the state’s largest electric company to a Missouri-based utility for $12.2 billion.
Railroad workers found the decomposed body four miles west of Syracuse.